"Eternal light" as written by and Raymond Mcginley Norman George Blake....
Fear begin to turn around
I guess if everyone listens
There's no one left to fight.

In your heart someone's there
I'm sixty years old
With nothing left to say.

Why does it really prove
When you ? away
Seems the message is
Gotta serve the sun

Now you don't know
When to listen or just let it go
Then I don't suppose
That you chose to walk a straight road
Then you'll never know

And I don't suppose
That you chose to walk a straight road
Then you'll never know

Why does it really prove
When you ? away
Seems the message is
Gotta serve the sun


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"Eternal Light" as written by Gerard Love Brendan O'hare

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    General CommentAlthough this song is really hard to understand (and totally awesome!), I think I might be able to suggest some edits for these lyrics:

    Stanza I
    Fear begin to turn aright [instead of around: it sounds more like what is sung, and also rhymes with "fight" two lines later]

    Stanza II
    In your heart someone said [instead of "someone's there"]

    Stanza III
    Why doesn't it move you when you're here alone?
    It's like the message is gotten to us all (or got into our soul/gotten to our soul?)

    Stanza V
    Then I don't suppose
    That you watched your ? spring grow [not sure on this one by any stretch]
    They would never know.

    Anyway, that's my attempt. Regardless, if I ever meet Norman Blake, the first thing I'm doing is asking him what the lyrics to this song are. It's too good to remain a mystery!
    etinacadiaegoon June 19, 2012   Link

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