Won't You Try Saturday Afternoon Lyrics - Jefferson Airplane

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Won't you try
won't you try
won't you try
find a way to need someone
find a way to see
find a way to need someone and the sunshine will set you free
won't you try
with love before were gone
wont you try
wont you try
wont you try

saturday afternoon
saturday afternoon
when your head is feeling fine
you can ride inside our car
I will give you caps of blue and silver sunlight for your hair
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all that soon will be is what you need to see, my love
won't you try
won't you try
I do care that you do see
Is it time to leave, my lady
yes it is I know
round about and everywhere sunshine instead of snow
times can't change that what I say is true

oooooh oooh
ill come through for you
and ill come through for you, my love
wont you try
wont you try
wont you try
wont you try
saturday afternoon
yellow clouds rising in the lune
acid incense and ballons
saturday afternoon
people dancing everywhere ,love is shouting i dont care
its a time for growing and a time for knowing
saturday afternoon
saturday afternoon (wont you try)
saturday afternoon (wont you try)
saturday afternoon ( wont you try )
wont you try (saturday afternoon)
wont you try ( saturday afternoon)
wont you try
wont you try
transcribed by Johnny Blasi






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Review of "Won't You Try -Saturday Afternoon" | Reviewer: cjay | 2/24/09

From one of the most psychedelic albums to come from the halcyon days of the sixties, the closing medley of "Won't You Try -Saturday Afternoon", an incredible production which truly communicates the feeling and experience of being there in Golden Gate Park, on that January day in 1967, "The Human Be-In, Meeting Of The Tribes", or for that matter, most any laid-back afternoon in that short period of time before the external aspects of the counter-culture collapsed under pressure from outside forces, as well as from within.
Starting with "Two Heads", a highly complex song dealing with short scenes illustrating the more difficults aspects of inner exploration, the heaviness lifts, like parting clouds, and glides into "Won't You Try", an optimistic and uplifting space filled with hope and hip advice ("find a way to need someone and the sunshine will set you free", the 'sunshine' of course, referring to the legendary brand of LSD which circulated freely thru the late 60's). "Saturday Afternoon" enters, as if another separate song, and the two songs interleave from then on, til the end of the medley.
The entire album ('After Bathing At Baxters') is a beautiful ride thru the many facets of tripping the light fantastic with the substance of choice back then - possibly one of the few ways to try and get an insight as to what it was like to be young, curious, and high in the sixties. It is suggested to find the originl CD release, without the 'bonus' tracks, slip it into the cd player on a quiet morning, turn off all your i-toys, and let it take you back to a freer and more hopeful time, and maybe, it will work its magic on you too. Won't you try?





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