"Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow" as written by Lawrence Hayward and Maurice Deebank....
You're trying to fool somebody, but you end up fooling you're self
You read from the "book of the dead"* but you don't know what is about
I listened to you now maybe you'll listen to me
You're trying much to hard to make you're world seem like a dream
You're stepping out of something
Yeah, You're stepping out of line
Stop making a movie of it
Oh it's just my style
Stop sitting around and thinking
You're gonna do no good
I thought you're poetry was sometimes good

You're stepping out of something
Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow
Stop making a movie of it
Stop tellin' the things I know
Stop sitting around and thinking
You're gonna do no good
I thought you're poetry was sometimes good


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"Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow" as written by Maurice Deebank Lawrence Hayward

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    General CommentI laugh each time I hear this one, no better for me than this bit of Lawrence's eloquent derision.

    You make drama, you wrote poems, you don't even understand the poetry you read.
    delendaon June 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commentisn't it "a season in hell"?
    carrskinderon December 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentmaybe that's why it was marked with an asterix...

    anyways, if i remember right, the single version was the one that mentions "the book of the dead". it's the album take that references "saison en enfer".
    TheNipperon June 08, 2009   Link

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