Who Sang Hippie Dream? Neil Young

Neil Young Landing on Water cover art
release date: 1986
genres: Rock
styles: Folk Rock/Country Rock
length: 4:15
producer: Neil Young and Danny Kortchmar
mixer: Niko Bolas
engineer: Niko Bolas and Tim Mulligan
recording engineer: Niko Bolas
composer: Neil Young
lyricist: Neil Young
Take my advice
Don't listen to me
It ain't paradise
But it used to be
There was a time
When the river was wide
And the water
came running down
To the rising tide
But the wooden ships
Were just a hippie dream
Just a hippie dream.
Don't bat an eye
Don't waste a word
Don't mention nothin'
That could go unheard
'Cause the tie-dye sails
Are the screamin' sheets
And the dusty trail
Leads to blood
in the streets
And the wooden ships
Are a hippie dream
Capsized in excess
If you know what I mean.
Just because
it's over for you
Don't mean
it's over for me
It's a victory
for the heart
Every time
the music starts
So please
don't kill the machine
Don't kill the machine
Don't kill the machine.
Another flower child
goes to seed
In an ether-filled
room of meat-hooks
It's so ugly
So ugly.

CD 1
  • 1 Weight of the World
  • 2 Violent Side
  • 3 Hippie Dream
  • 4 Bad News Beat
  • 5 Touch the Night
  • 6 People on the Street
  • 7 Hard Luck Stories
  • 8 I Got a Problem
  • 9 Pressure
  • 10 Drifter