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Wear Your Love Like Heaven" is a song and US single by British singer/songwriter Donovan, released in 1967. It became the opening title of his double album . Chart position: No.23 (USA). A Gift from a Flower to a Garden
The song mentions seven
dye and pigment colours: Prussian blue, Scarlet, Crimson, Havana lake, Carmine, Rose carmethene and Alizarin crimson.
Eartha Kitt, on her 1970 album Sentimental. 
They Might Be Giants, as a spoken word piece.
Sarah McLachlan, for the Donovan tribute album ; it also appeared on US printings of her 1991 album Island of Circles . Solace Japanese noise artist
Masonna perform a noise "cover" of this song on Japanese/American Noise Treaty compilation.
Peggy Lipton Her 1970 single appeared in the Record World "Non-Rock" Top 40. "Wear Your Love Like Heaven" is a track from
Richie Havens' 1969 album, "Richard P. Havens, 1983." A cover of Donovan's 1967 single, the track is one of three live performances included on Haven's 1969 album.
Guy Davis (musician), son of Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis, included the song on his 2015 album "Kokomo Kidd."
Appearances in other media [ edit ]
The song was featured in the Eau De Love (by Menley and James) fragrance commercial in the early 1970s that featured
It was featured in Season 13
episode " The Simpsons Weekend at Burnsie's" where Homer Simpson (after he smokes medicinal marijuana) gets ready for work and pictures his world as a psychedelic wonderland.
It was also recorded by Richie Havens on his anthology release,
Richard P. Havens, 1983.
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