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Sorry, not done- you figure that when you frequently take drugs, and when there is a whole counterculture built around drug use, it is likely that everything you write about will take on a druggy feel and will contain similar language and imagery, when the topic has nothing to do with drugs.I'm thinking that this is what happened with "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." Actually, it is even possible that such imagery was so popular that even people who weren't heavy drug users began to incorporate it into their lyrics.On February 1st 1969, Tommy James & the Shondells performed "Crimson and Clover" on the ABC-TV Saturday afternoon program 'Happening '68'...At the time the song was in its first of two weeks at #1 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart ... The clover is a pinkish-purpleish oval blossom that tastes like honey. It's just a fun songwith some very gorgeous layered guitar tracks and ambiguous lyrics. It's a real brain massage of a tune, perfect in its simplicity. My parents used 2 tell me this was about 2 drugs, well after reading all these comments & wats said above n the facts.I seriously think it has to do with the feeling he was having when he was high and he also liked the color crimson and the flower clover just went with it somehow. Lots of sweet naughty things are pinkish/purplish and crimson. The long version of Crimson and Clover makes me cringe--having been used to hearing the radio edit to begin with. Both songs sounded as though the longer versions were made up as they went along.You know when your high you kind of just release this feeling and go with it. I love the longer cut, and having a good ear for music when the song first came out with the shorter cut I coud tell a peace was missing from the song.I LOVE THIS SONG infact i want to name my kids crimson and clover twins i want that be great and if the wife dont want to im gonna leave her ill adopt some unborn twins namethem crimson and clover the point it would be some rad little hippie names..i think So many songs on Songfacts have been misinterpreted by my fellow commentors as drug lyrics, so that I would not be surprised to see the classic "Totally a heroin song" affixed to Neil Young's "Impeach the President".
Between 19 the group had nineteen Top 100 records; with seven making the Top 10 and two reaching #1 (the other #1 was "Hanky Panky" for 2 weeks in 1966). It really surprises me that so few people have this right. it's almost a little bit embarrassing to (have to) explain something that is so explicitly sexual. old when this song was intro'd and I thought it was about drugs. For all you idiots who think its about being high in some way. Anyway, the notes and chords to the chorus sound a lot like the chorus to Neil Young's "Like a Hurricane," IMHO. I don't think it's about drugs, murder (that's ridiculous), being gay or any of that.It's just a feel good bubblegum pop song that also happens to have a chill-out stoner feel thrown in as a curveball.Actually, this song would go well with some ambient dub from the early 90's..I'm done.Lastly, you will note that much of the same imagery can be used for love, sex, and drugs, so many songs featuring these topics could be interpreted any number of ways.
For this song, the boyhood crush interpretation definitely makes the most sense though.:o)This song always reminds me of my friend Danny Fawcett's 1965 white GTO!