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Song Lyrics

Said the straight man to the late man

Where have you been

I`ve been here and I`ve been there

And I`ve been in between.

I talk to the wind

My words are all carried away

I talk to the wind

The wind does not hear

The wind cannot hear.

I`m on the outside looking inside

What do I see

Much confusion, disillusion

All around me.

You don`t possess me

Don`t impress me

Just upset my mind

Can`t instruct me or conduct me

Just use up my time

I talk to the wind

My words are all carried away

I talk to the wind

The wind does not hear

The wind cannot hear.

Release History

The King Crimson song "I Talk To The Wind" appears on the following albums:
Frame by Frame: The Essential King Crimson

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King Crimson are a progressive rock band. Formed in London in 1968 (but featuring a transatlantic line-up since 1981), the band are widely recognised as a foundational progressive rock group (although the group members resist the label). The band have incorporated diverse influences and approaches during their five-decade history (including jazz and folk music, classical and experimental music, psychedelic rock, hard rock and heavy metal, new wave, gamelan, electronica and drum and bass) as well as balancing highly structured compositions against abstract improvisational sections and an interest in pop songs. The band has a large following, despite garnering little radio or music video airplay.


Release Date
10 October 1969
Year(s) Recorded
21 July – 21 August 1969,
Recording Location
Wessex Sound Studios, London
Progressive rock
Song Duration
(original UK release)
(original US release)

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