"Brilliant Day" as written by Paul Beavis, Trey Gunn, Toyah Ann Willcox and Robert Fripp....
As we drove off in your car
Didn't need to return till sun-down
So we headed out of town through the fields and trees
Away from city slickers and those in need
To be kings for a day
Alone in your bubble in your mobile world
You at the wheel brimmed full of stories
He on the back seat dreaming of glory
He was in the cockpit of a Westland Lysander
Shooting at the dull gray-day shoppers
Always knew when he looked at me
I'd shiver as if touched by electricity
We three
Will never be again
Life will hold us apart
Sense of touch
Was in the air
Tactility
On this brilliant day
Brilliant day
Brilliant day
Up the drive to an old manor house
Butler by the door with a welcome smile
Securely sewn in life's tapestry
We ate like Lords and Lady
Like a needle and thread on embroidery
We're so complete in our company
I could have cried as we dived into the jaws
I'd shiver as if touched by electricity
We three
Will never be again
Life will hold us apart
Sense of touch
Was in the air
Tactility
On this brilliant day
Brilliant day
Brilliant day
Brilliant day


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"Brilliant Day" as written by Robert Fripp Paul Beavis

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