Who Sang Oh Gosh? Donovan

Donovan A Gift From a Flower to a Garden cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Donovan Leitch
Release Date: 1967-12
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk Rock/Folk
length: 1:49
producer: Mickie Most
vocal: Donovan
membranophone: Keith Webb
acoustic guitar: Donovan
electric guitar: Eric Leese
keyboard: Mike O’Neill
flute: Harold McNair
congas: John Carr
bongos: John Carr
vibraphone: Mike Carr
electric bass guitar: Cliff Barton
whistling: Donovan
composer: Donovan
lyricist: Donovan
With your coat of many colours
And the flowers in your hair
You may while away the pleasant hours
To think upon all that is fair
Think about it you'll agree
Many miracles you'll see
Miracles you'll seee ee
You'll see ee ee, see ee ee, ee
With the baby in your belly
And the poems on your tongue
You may chance to see me on your telly
Giving love to the newborn one
To look upon and to touch
Oh gosh life is really too much
Life is really too much
You'll seee ee ee, seee ee ee, ee

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Wear Your Love Like Heaven
  • 2 Mad John’s Escape
  • 3 Skip-a-Long Sam
  • 4 Sun
  • 5 There Was a Time
  • 6 Oh Gosh
  • 7 Little Boy in Corduroy
  • 8 Under the Greenwood Tree
  • 9 The Land of Doesn’t Have to Be
  • 10 Someone Singing
    12" Vinyl 2
  • 1 Song of the Naturalist’s Wife
  • 2 The Enchanted Gypsy
  • 3 Voyage Into the Golden Screen
  • 4 Isle of Islay
  • 5 The Mandolin Man and His Secret
  • 6 Lay of the Last Tinker
  • 7 The Tinker and the Crab
  • 8 Widow With Schawl (A Portrait)
  • 9 The Lullaby of Spring
  • 10 The Magpie
  • 11 Starfish-on-the-Toast
  • 12 Epistle to Derroll