Prevue Hendryx 3151C Pet Products Wrought Iron Select Bird Cage, Chalk White


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Prevue Pet Products Wrought Iron Select Cage in Chalk White offers quality craftsmanship at an affordable cost. Constructed of wrought iron with a cagetop playstand to keep your bird entertained and content, the heavy-duty push button lock keeps your bird securely inside its cage when playtime is over. This select bird cage also includes four stainless steel cups, two wood perches and a castered stand for portability. Both drawers and bottom grille are removable for ease of cleaning while the rounded corner seed guards control mess around the cage. Our Wrought Iron Select Cage in Chalk White measures 18-inch long, 18-inch wide, 57-inch high with 3/4-inch wire spacing.

  • Wrought iron select cages offer quality craftsmanship at an affordable price
  • 4 Stainless steel cups, 2 wood perches, cage stand, playtop and rounded seed guards are included
  • Heavy-duty push button door lock keeps your bird secure
  • Durable wrought iron construction enhanced by a non-toxic powder-coated finish
  • 18-Inch long, 18-inch wide, 57-inch high with 3/4-inch wire spacing

It's a Beautiful Day was a band formed in San Francisco, California in 1967, the brainchild of violinist David LaFlamme.

LaFlamme, a former soloist with the Utah Symphony Orchestra, had previously been in the band Orkustra, and unusually, played a five-string violin. The other members were his wife Linda (keyboards), Pattie Santos (vocals), Hal Wagenet (guitar), Mitchell Holman (bass) and Val Fuentes (drums). Although they were one of the earliest and most important San Francisco bands to emerge from the Summer of Love, It's a Beautiful Day never quite achieved the success of their contemporaries such as The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane and Santana, with whom they had connections. It's A Beautiful Day created a unique blend of rock, jazz, folk, classical and world beat styles during the seven years the band was officially together.

The group's signature song "White Bird" was inspired by the experiences David and Linda LaFlamme had while living in Seattle. In an ironic twist on the band's name, the sad song was partly inspired by Seattle's rainy winter weather. In a later interview, David LaFlamme said:

"Where the 'white bird' thing came from ... We were like caged birds in that attic. We had no money, no transportation, the weather was miserable. We were just barely getting by on a very small food allowance provided to us. It was quite an experience, but it was very creative in a way."

Lyrics:
White bird,
in a golden cage,
on a winter's day,
in the rain.

White bird,
in a golden cage,
alone.

The leaves blow,
Across the long black road.
To the darkened skies,
in its rage

But the white bird just sits in her cage,
unknown.

White bird must fly
Or she will die

White bird,
dreams of the aspen trees,
with their dying leaves,
turning gold.

But the white bird just sits in her cage,
growing old.

White bird must fly or she will die.
White bird must fly or she will die.

The sunsets come, the sunsets go.
The clouds roll by,and the earth turns old.
And the young bird's eyes do always glow.

She must fly,
She must fly,
She must fly.

White bird,
In a golden cage,
On a winter's day, in the rain.

White bird,
In a golden cage alone.

White bird must fly or she will die.
White bird must fly or she will die.
White bird must fly or she will die.
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