"Reflections Of My Life" as written by William Campbell and Thomas Mc Aleese....
The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh, how they fill my eyes

The greetings of people in trouble
Reflections of my life
Oh, how they fill my eyes

Oh, my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

Oh, my crying (Oh, my crying)
Feel I'm dying, dying
Take me back to my own home

I'm changing, arranging
I'm changing
I'm changing everything
Everything around me

The world is
A bad place
A bad place
A terrible place to live
Oh, but I don't want to die

Oh, my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

Oh, my crying (Oh, my crying)
Feel I'm dying, dying
Take me back to my own home

Oh, my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home


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"Reflections of My Life" as written by Thomas Mcaleese William Campbell Jnr

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    General CommentMy feeling is that this is a man looking at the world after the love of his life has spurned him. He's gone along in the world for a long time with his love for her always with him, so it became part of the world. After he asked her, and she said no, then he saw the world in a horrible new light. He transfers his pain and misery onto everyone else he sees, hence the, "people in trouble" line.

    I actually find this an uplifting song, because, even though the world sucks, he still wants to be in it, so it can't suck all that bad.

    I guess there's not a lot in the lyrics song to suggest my interpretation, it's just the melancholy, depressed music.

    But I don agree that only two comments on this song is incredible. I thought it was more popular than that. It certainly deserves to be. If the Beatles had written this song everyone would be singing it. Marmalade has a whole catalog of songs but this is the only one on here.
    Mongothegreaton April 16, 2010   Link

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