Peak Hour

Album: Days of Future Passed (1967)
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  • I see it all through my window it seems
    Never failing like millions of bees
    All that is wrong
    No time will be won
    All they need to do-o-o-o
    What can be done?

    Peak hour, peak hour, peak hour

    Minds are subject to what should be done
    Problem solved, time cannot be won
    One hour a day
    One hour at night
    Sees crowds of people
    All meant for flight

    Peak hour, peak hour, peak hour

    It makes me want to run out and tell them
    They've got time
    Take a step back out
    And look in at their debt
    And their time

    Minds are subject to what should be done
    Problem solved, time cannot be won
    One hour a day
    One hour at night
    Sees crowds of people
    All meant for flight

    Peak hour, peak hour, peak hour

    Writer/s: JOHN LODGE
    Publisher: T.R.O. INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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