"Man Called Sun" as written by and Simon/salisbury Jones....
Everybody seems to know when he's around
He lifts me up and fades without a sound
Mr. Sun won't you shine?
Mr. Sun won't you shine?

Why he's here I will never know
He makes you know you feel
Like somewhere to go

Mr. Sun won't you shine?
Mr. Sun just you shine

Walking with a man called Sun
I think my journey's just begun
Do you think he'll mind?

He lifts you up he shines
And then he's gone
But you know you need him
More when he's gone

Mr. Sun just shine
Mr. Sun just shine

Walking with a man called Sun
I think my journey's just begun
Do you think he'll mind?

Shine...
Shine...
Shine...
Shine...
Let it shine...


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"A Man Called Sun" as written by Peter Salisbury Nick Mc Cabe

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    General Commentwell, look at my nick...
    mancalledsunon July 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhat a great tune this is. This track is on the Verve Ep which came out back in 92. Its a shame that alot of the comments made on The Verve songs are focused on the lead singles of Urban Hymns. Don't get me wrong I love that album and it is there best work and most mainstream effort, but alot of there earlier work goes unappreciated. There are some real good pyscedelic tunes on the earlier stuff and some killer guitar played by the underated Nick Mccabe. As for this tune well it proberly about a godly figure which sometimes shines on you and sometimes it doesn't. When it does you feel good about yourself and confident, when it disappears you go back into your shell.
    vin_1986on July 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe greatest B-Side ever.
    mrgrumbleon February 05, 2010   Link

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