Always loved this song. A classic. The bar they set is unattainable for modern day so called bands. I Believe Tears, tears at the water's edge Hey little sister, there is laughter instead Tears for the teacher, from the eyes, from the soul This restless spirit takes a long way back home Like the wind, you are free Just a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me Oh, I believe, eye to eye Say brother, sisters, see your brothers in the sky Neighbour, neighbour, don't be so cold It's only glory from the story I'm told I believe, eye to eye Say brothers, sister, see your brothers in the sky Neighbour, neighbour, don't be so cold It's so much glory from the story untold Big fire, on top of the hill A hopeless gesture, and last farewell Tears from your mother, from the pits of her soul Look at your father, see his blood run cold Like the wind, you are free Just a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me I believe, eye to eye Say brothers, sister, see your brothers in the sky Neighbour, neighbour, don't be so cold With so much glory from the story untold I believe, eye to eye Say brother, sisters, see your brothers in the sky Neighbour, neighbour, don't be so cold It's so much glory from the story untold.
9 minutes of pure genius, God's gonna close the gates after these boys enter Heaven. This song is so much underrated, truly beautiful song with fantastic lyrics and magical music. Good God. FINALLY AFTER MONTHS OF SEARCHING *sobs* I FOUND IT. DXXXX THANK YOU. Channel 4's Our Gay Wedding: The Musical bought me to this. (Seriously, though, Andy Bell's orchestral performance of this during the show was absolutely astounding.
Huge MUSIC. nice memories! Thank you very much
THE SHADOWS OF THE CRANES. I was born in the shadows of, Swan Hunter's shipyard cranes. At a time when we all, knew our neighbours names. They stood at a place, at the end of the wall. Like huge metal dinosaurs, so strong and so tall. But sadly, alas, they are no longer there. Now as I gaze southwards, that skyline is bare. Memories of the shipyards, etched clear in my mind. More hard working people, you'd be hard pressed to find. My brother, my father, and grandfathers all. Plied their trades expertly, this end of the wall. My Dad and my Brother, were both welders by trade, and helped produce ships, all the highest of grades. The clang of the rivets, the ten thousand men. The twice daily buzzer, that takes me back when We had a community, second to none. But now I'm afraid that, those great times have gone. And just what will become, of this ghostly old spot? New job creation? I sadly think not! When I hear this wonderful piece of music I see all this in my mind.
Mi recomendación sería. I love this song ~ ⁿ-ⁿ. Oh baby refrain from breaking my heart. This is Absolute Genius. A fine anthem for our world today, perhaps even more so than it was in '87.
About The Author: Robert Carlisle
Biography: Apparently deplorable Christian, conservative, tennis pro, sports enthusiast, arborist, human to a few beloved cats.