Strawberry Alarm Clock - Sit With The Guru Lyrics




Life's created, automated
Yesterday's invalidated
Hip mankind on, turn your mind on
Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
Meditation, ooh
High, high where eagles fly
Leave today untouched in the sky
Stretch out your mind to humanity
How many tomorrows can you see?

Good life livin', party givin'
No one walks who can be driven
Blunt the starkness, light the darkness
Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
Meditation, ooh
High, high where eagles fly
Leave today untouched in the sky
Stretch out your mind to humanity
How many tomorrows can you see?
How many tomorrows can you see?

Pussy willows, dew-kissed pillows
Silver cloud puffs up and billows
Full potential, transcendental
Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
Meditation, ooh
High, high where eagles fly
Leave today untouched in the sky
Stretch out your mind to humanity
How many tomorrows can you see?
How many tomorrows can you see?





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Strawberry Alarm Clock Sit With The Guru Comments
  1. Tyrese Kingpin BM

    My favourite Strawberry Alarm Clock song. Way better than Incense and Peppermints imo. 🌬🎵☮♎🔯♈♊☯️

    Gabriel Ellis

    Clearly you haven't heard Incense and Peppermints properly lmao. This song is great but not that great.

  2. IWouldLetPaulMcCartneyHitMe WithHisBass

    i’m a sophomore in high school, and no one in my grade understands how good this issssss. strawberry alarm clock is legit of the most underrated bands ever

  3. cathy struska

    Where's my incense?....TJ STRUSKA

  4. Tony Harris

    My Strawberry Alarm Clock says 4:20

  5. Shawn Kautzman

    Love this song i have the anthology with 18 songs including this one. I love the psychedelic sound. As it was part of the meditation thing.

  6. Doug Boyer

    This is mind expanding as is barefoot in baltimore

  7. jim farmer

    RIP Ed King...…..

  8. Ingeniería y números

    High high where eagles fly, leave today untouched in the sky

  9. colin davis

    early tool lol

  10. Pariza elham

    Life's created, automated
    Yesterday's invalidated
    Hip mankind on, turn your mind on
    Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
    Meditation, ooh
    High, high where eagles fly
    Leave today untouched in the sky
    Stretch out your mind to humanity
    How many tomorrows can you see?

    Good life livin', party givin'
    No one walks who can be driven
    Blunt the starkness, light the darkness
    Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
    Meditation, ooh
    High, high where eagles fly
    Leave today untouched in the sky
    Stretch out your mind to humanity
    How many tomorrows can you see?
    How many tomorrows can you see?

    Pussy willows, dew-kissed pillows
    Silver cloud puffs up and billows
    Full potential, transcendental
    Sit with the guru (guru, guru)
    Meditation, ooh
    High, high where eagles fly
    Leave today untouched in the sky
    Stretch out your mind to humanity
    How many tomorrows can you see?
    How many tomorrows can you see?

  11. Shawn Kautzman

    Love the song. during the transcendental meditation era. I love all their music.

  12. chincho meka

    For some reason this song is beautiful but scary at the same time ....

  13. Frank Grail

    really dated stuff

    Tony Harris

    The new music since Madonna has been garbage that's when it started. And has been going downhill ever since.

  14. kub73158

    "Life's created, automated, yesterday's invalidated".

    That's what is happening, and a good way to simply explain the "Mandela Effect".

    Sal Varriale

    the hippies sang about this time we're in 50 years ago... The age of bullshit...

    colin davis

    I can sit here and come up with some bullshit theory that thousands would believe in just because it explains a malfunction in memory.

  15. David Hergenrader

    High high where eagles fly....Sweet it’s meditation time😁

  16. aboutdafunk

    RIP Ed King

  17. Henry Martinez

    Which year is this?

    bryan c

    Henry Martinez 1968

  18. St.Fiacre

    This bass player is so sophisticated.Its hard to believe that all these band members are as young as they are,when this was recorded.They must have had handlers.The keyboardist said they had a choir choreographer,who coached them.

    arte abstracto

    A talent band

  19. hankyhoyo

    Still have all their 45's. Love them as much now as then! This sounds so damn good!

  20. arte abstracto

    Que significa blunt the starkness y silver clouds puffs up and billows ?

    Marlon Tello Caceres

    Saludos desde Perú !

    arte abstracto

    Saludos desde oceania

  21. Ted David

    Love all of this music. In my day it was considered "heavy" ... in reality it's innocent bubblegum. Love it all.

    SylentEcho

    Heavy was the DC5's debut album and The Sonics.

    gxtmfa

    I mean, it’s not a far leap from SAC to Iron Butterfly, and from there Zeppelin and Sabbath. It’s a very odd series of influences considering very little modern metal is anything like this.

    Shawn Kautzman

    Yes absolutely

  22. sauquoit13456

    On this day in 1968 {May 25th} the Strawberry Alarm Clock performed "Sit With The Guru" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV network Saturday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'...
    Two months earlier on March 10th, 1968 the song entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #75; two weeks later it would peak at #65 {for 2 weeks} and it spent 5 weeks on the Top 100...
    The West Coast sextet had four other Top 100 records; "Incense and Peppermint" {#1 for 1 week in 1967}, "Tomorrow" {#23 in 1968}, "Barefoot In Baltimore" {#67 in 1968}, and a cover version of "Good Morning Starshine" from the musical 'Hair' {#87 in 1969}...
    Group member John Carter passed away on June 10th, 2011 at the age of 65; he composed "Incense and Peppermint"...
    May he R.I.P.

  23. Pradeep Das

    Takes me back to the golden era of the 60s....world was so innocent...

    TheAien123

    Finally saw an indian who listens to this song 🤗

  24. Chris Rohrback

    I'm high high where eagles fly!

    lemurian chick

    Wow, you sound really talented! 🙄

    Shawn Kautzman

    I love that part high high where eagles fly. The background singers and the stereo affect is excellent. Listen to it with headphones.

  25. Tambourine Man

    How many tomorrows can YOU see?

    Desmond Sandoz

    Many tomorrow's

    arte abstracto

    @Desmond Sandoz 🌄

  26. Bob D

    the lead guitar sounds so fun

  27. Brandy Cameron

    songs like this make me want to live in a field of daisy's on lsd forever just living free with all my buddy's ... . freedom I've lived the truth thanks ♡♡

    Brandy Cameron

    +Tony Harris peace,love and happiness with a touch of lsd lol

    Tony Harris

    a tab & 420, baby.

    Shawn Kautzman

    Yes definitely flower power. I love all the music from summer of love.

    Shawn Kautzman

    Love psychedelic music i never took L.S.D.

  28. dntamu76

    Haven't heard this since 1970-thanks for posting this gem!

  29. Jonathan Stilley

    Great song! And have I mentioned that Randy Seol is extremely underrated as drummers go?

    Sound Visions

    I always thought so my self of course not to many people have even heard of sac let alone any material past Incense and Peppermints hes great if listen i wish these guys could of done some more work

    Kenny Bruder

    And as far as people go...

  30. Joe Dollinter

    Wow, I haven't heard this since 1970 when I was 13, it's unusual to experience that. I remembered the words and sometimes I'd even mindlessly hum it while sitting in traffic not sure where or when I picked it up. It must of been the flip side of a 45 record. Thanks for the time travel RB, it meant a lot. JD

    colin davis

    this is what i fear being a younger individual. like i hate the idea of forgetting yourself.

  31. William Gilbert

    this is for the following at CUMC Lincoln, NE, Wed. night bites: J dynamite shorty esom / big mike m. / M.W. /M.B. 

  32. wilkes85

    I was born 17 years after the fact, but I dig it :-)

  33. wafflegal101

    it's like the guy is talking quickly and nonchalantly, but also singing. this recording online sounds heavier

  34. wafflegal101

    i listened to this song on record, in person, and the vocals sound thinner, like there really is one guy singing (with a slightly higher pitched, crisp, light voice). that high pitched oohing and aahing doesn't really exist on the record that I listened to. it's just simply the guy's voice. why is that so?

  35. dennis Riley

    No matter what mood I am in or what time it is ,I can always listen to this song , This song takes a hold of you ,hard to let go , One of the few songs that will do this.

  36. Miguel Garcés

    Que buenas canciones tienen estos batos !

  37. chrisedelic77

    How many tomorrow's can you see...

  38. John Thompson

    i can taste sound! and hear taste! wow i love lsd hello guru

  39. wilkes85

    Nothing describes how awesome this song is.

  40. who-is-they

    This song = happiness. And acid.

  41. MrMickeybitzko

    Absolutely mind-melting -- the next best thing to a year in an ashram. The only thing that comes close is Dicey and Paprika's version of "Edge of Seventeen."

  42. FlashTV

    "Wake Up... It's Tomorrow" is the best album from SAC!!

    Vinylman95 Productions

    FlashTV yep. It's my personal favorite. Especially The Black Butter Trilogy

  43. PinkFloydrulez

    feels rainy <3

  44. Neon Noir

    How many tomorrows can you see?

  45. org95

    this is the song to listen to when you have no one around and your still high

    Spitfire Valkyrie

    org95 too accurate

  46. CAPITALUST

    @gdphantomkilla high high where eagles fly.

  47. Antraxto

    Me gusta mucho esta cancion "sientate con el guru" yeah :D

  48. doorsman715

    As DICK CLARK of American Bandstand fame would say,I'll give it an 85 score!
    Great beat,nice instrumentation and vocals.Very catchy and appropriate for the
    times.I think Strawberry Alarm Clock were very underrated.

    Tony Harris

    https://youtu.be/2IYRbK-ihmk

  49. The Current State of Jefferson-Pepe

    @sexyeyes1969 those drugs were never abused :/

  50. sexyeyes1969

    I grew up in this psychedelic era. It was interesting to experince the music the styles the attitudes then.
    I never abused myself with drugs just got high on the music was enough for me..........

  51. Albrecht Dürer Restposten

    how many tomorrows can you see?

  52. mysticmrsam

    excellent 60's psychodelic pop

  53. Andrew Jungbluth

    why the hell not

  54. WeeklyAd3

    most wonderful song of the world.

  55. sgcim

    Hey I never sat with a guru or took LSD but I like it!