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This is my dad's youtube account. he passed away last week and this song was the last thing he listened to 3 goodbye dad, I will miss you so much. Nice song.
Who's jamming to this in 2020?
Quarantine really got me listening to stuff I haven’t thought about in years
Santa Ana, California, 1975. A refugee boy from Vietnam. I didn't understand the words but it was like listening to the voices of angles, compared to the sounds of guns and bombs and helicopters when I escaped to this wonderful country in 1975.
I'm 68 and Covid-19 brought me here so I can drift off to my favorite Beach Boys song.
I am 66 now and been listening to this great band for over 50 years !!!!!
I wish I could spend at least one day as a teenager in early 1960s Southern California.
This song is important right now.
This was my dad's favorite beach boy song....he passed away three years ago and Everytime I feel sad or worried I remember this song play it and its like its my dad telling me to not worry baby.
One of the most gorgeous melodies in all of pop music.
Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Al Jardine: the best thing to ever come out of California.
This song gives me a lot of heart ache. Probably because I've never experienced a love like that before, I want it.
De Ja Vu with Denzel Washington brought me here 🙏🏾🙌🏾👏🏾
Cripticdarl comment below “Falling in love in the 60s must have been great”. It was.......until the orders came for Vietnam. I went. My girlfriend went to UC Boulder. But the question was who would wait for a year. She didn’t. She in fact fell in love with a wealthy guy who bought his way into the National Guard to avoid Vietnam. So the coward avoided service and got the girl.
I remember when I was a kid ,I heard this song ,and everything became clear to me,I wanted to be a surfer the rest of my life ! 🌊🏄😃✌️🤙
So soothing to listen to. I picture myself on a beach, clear water 💙
One of the most beautiful love songs ever written.
Just finished rewatching “never been kissed “ and this song plays at the end and it makes me tear up EVERYTIME! What a classic! So beautiful
Happy 78th Birthday Brian. This song so reminds me of summer and since this is the first day of summer I could not think of a better song to play then this one. I really like it too!
I prefer this type of music than the current 🤷🏻♀️