"Tower Of The Sun" as written by and Naoko Yamano....
Since 1970, standing alone on a northern hill
Waiting steadily for time to move
Since 1970, a shining face, 60 feet tall
Looking out at the distance impassively
The sun can't shine on all creatures
There's a sunny place cause there's the shade
Sun can't shine on all creatures
There's a sunny place cause there's the shade

Tower of the sun When do you start to move
Tower of the sun When do you start to move

Since 1970, he's had two wings on his back
Standing in the sun with open wings
Since 1970, his body's painted red & white
What does he symbolize? Nobody knows

The sun can't shine on all creatures
There's a sunny place cause there's the shade
Sun can't shine on all creatures
There's a sunny place cause there's the shade

Tower of the sun When do you start to move
Tower of the sun When do you start to move
Tower of the sun When do you start to move
Tower of the sun When do you start to move


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"Tower of the Sun" as written by Naoko Yamano

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