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    Three Minute Warning Pt. 3 - Liquid Tension Experiment

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    Here's an unusual "drug song" from 1967 that slipped by unnoticed, because it was done in such an old-fashioned pop style that nobody listened to more than the first five seconds of it!

    The Flower Pot Men: "A Walk in the Sky"
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