All of my life I felt that you were listening Watching for ways to help me stay in tune Lord of my dreams, although confusion Keeps trying to deceive What is it that makes me believe in you?
Babaji, oh won't you come to me Won't you help me face the music Bring it out so we can sing it out Help me to find it before we lose it
At night when the stars are near And there's no one to keep you from coming here And there's no one to shield me before your eyes Is it mine, is it mine, is it mine to know?
I can see it's not too good to me To be afloat in the sea of glory Babaji, oh how you comfort me By showing me it's a different story
Your light in the dark is real And I know that you know it is how I feel When I see the reflections that's in your eyes Is it mine, is it mine, is it mine to know?
Babaji, have you a song for me To tell the world of its guardian angel Bring it out so we can sing it out Oh must you always remain a stranger?
At night when the stars are near And I long for delusion to disappear The I see the reflection that's in your eyes Is it time, is it time, is it time to know
Writer/s: Richard Davies, Roger Hodgson
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Peter Auwerda from ArubaWhen I asked Roger Hodgson during his meet&greet on February 26, 2020 in The Villages FL, he confirmed to me that Autobiography of A Yogi was the inspiration for his song Babaji, thereby answering my 29 year old question when I as a Supertramp fan had read this book and was one day listening to Even In The Quietest Moments. I wish that Roger had read The Holy Science by Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, who together with Paramahansa Yogananda, Lahiri Mahasaya and Mahavatar Babaji are all on the famous Beatles' album cover Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Imagine, why would the Beatles put 4 guru's of the same linneage on their cover, and not the guru's of 4 different traditions?
Jeffrey from Rosemead, CaThis unassuming song is as super as one can experience! I treasure it along with "Jesus" by Cat Stevens and "Jeruselem" by ELP.
Jay-Z's 2012 "Glory" features his daughter Blue Ivy Carter's cries and coos. At less than two days old, she became the youngest ever credited artist to feature on a Billboard chart when the song debuted on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at #74.