In A Lifetime

Album: Macalla (1986)
Charted: 17
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  • Hard to tell
    Or recognize a sign
    To see me through
    A warning sign

    First the thunder
    Satisfied, if the past it will not lie (then the storm, torn asunder )
    The future you and I get blown away (in the storm)
    In a lifetime, in a lifetime

    And as the rain it falls
    We begin again (heavy in my heart)
    As the storm breaks through (believe the light in you)
    So the light shines in you

    Without color, faded and worn
    Torn asunder in the storm

    Unless the sound can save your body and soul
    Unless it disappears

    Selfish storm (first the thunder)(then the storm)
    Torn aside (one life)
    In the storm

    In a lifetime
    In a lifetime
    In a lifetime
    In a lifetime Writer/s: CIARAN MARION BRENNAN, PAUL HUGH BRENNAN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Paul from NetherlandsI remember this song from my early teenage years. After Theme from Harry's Game this was great to hear on the radio. Gentle, powerful, haunting, beautiful.... One of my favourite duets.
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