Between Two Worlds

Album: Sonic Origami (1998)
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  • According to the booklet included in Sonic Origami, this song was written by Mick Box and Phil Lanzon. The lyrics talk about ghosts and the afterlife, and the song is a tribute to the two now deceased members of Heep, David Byron and Gary Thain. >>
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    Jon - Sweden

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