"I Am a Cathedral" as written by and Peter Sarstedt....
I looked up from my book,
I thought I am a cathedral in the shadows of Stephen,
I am a cathedral in the night.

I searched a piece of glass,
I saw the eyes of an eagle throwing brightness so even,
The eyes of an eagle glowing bright.

And will you share your crust of bread with me,
And will you dare to trust your head and see.

I am balanced well,
You see I am a cathedral,
Locked in stain glass windows,
I am a cathedral dimly lit.

Hemmed in solitude,
And yet I see the Shangrila whenever the mountain wind blows,
I see the Shangrila and I touch it.

And will you share your crust of bread with me,
And will you dare to trust your head and see.

I looked up from my book,
I thought I am a cathedral in the shadows of Stephen,
I am a cathedral in the night.


Lyrics submitted by Sixto1953

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