A famous song by Iron Butterfly. Mostly known for it's terrible vocals, amazing drum solo, and long, drawn out, and altogether tedious organ/piano solo. Decent song.
In A Gadda Da Vidda baby
don't you know that I'm lovin you
In A Gadda Da Vidda honey
don't you know that I'll always be true
Por Huked Onn Foniks 10 de octubre de 2004
Iron Butterfly produced Jim Morrison / Doors impersonation. Symbolised by one minute of atrocious lyrics followed by seventeen minutes of keyboard solo, drum solo and around twenty guitar solos. Superb!
That in a gadda da vidda song, it's ok but it could have done with a few more solos in it.

Hey I just heard this messed up in a gadda da vidda tune with a meaningless name, you haven't truly lived until you've heard it all the way through.

Even it had been "In the garden of eden" it still wouldn't have made sense.
Por Jonny Random 30 de marzo de 2008
Iron Butterfly produced Jim Morrison / Doors impersonation. Symbolised by one minute of appalling lyrics followed by seventeen minutes of solos. Keyboard solo, drum solo and around twenty guitar solos. Superb!
That in a gadda da vidda song, it's ok but it could have done with a few more solos in it.

Hey I just heard this messed up in a gadda da vidda tune with a meaningless name, you haven't truly lived until you've heard it all the way through.

Even it had been "In the garden of eden" it still wouldn't have made sense.
Por Jonny Random 30 de marzo de 2008
a 17:02 minutes long song
in a gadda da vidda is a song that's extremely long and pointless
Por Beluga Whale 15 de mayo de 2006

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