Heart of the Sunrise
by Yes

  • Love comes to you and you follow
    Lose one on to the heart of the sunrise
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with its arms
    All around me

    Lost on a wave and then after
    Dream on on to the heart of the sunrise
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with so many around me
    Lost in the city

    Lost in their eyes as you hurry by
    Counting the broken ties they decide
    Love comes to you and then after
    Dream on on to the heart of the sunrise
    Lost on a wave that you're dreaming
    Dream on on to the heart of the sunrise
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with its arms all around me
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with so many around me
    I feel lost in the city

    Lost in their eyes as you hurry by
    Counting the broken ties they decided

    Straight light moving and removing
    Sharpness of the color sun shine
    Straight light searching all the meanings of the song
    Long last treatment of the telling that
    Relates to all the words sung
    Dreamer easy in the chair that really fits you

    Love comes to you and then after
    Dream on on to the heart of the sunrise
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with its arms all around me
    Sharp distance
    How can the wind with so many around me
    I feel lost in the city Writer/s: JON ANDERSON, CHRIS SQUIRE, WILLIAM SCOTT BRUFORD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Lillith from The Bunker, Head&wombquarters ..."sharp distance"? according to google:"distance sensors." (like smoke detectors as in all hotel & hostel rooms.if i can't cover them, i won't sleep.) ...discovered a stashed massage in a system document at \My Music\: "Third Eye Blind - Hows It Gonna Be.mp3...User 'is' connected via LAN." huh! meaning -: SENSORS blind THE THIRD EYE to set "the distance of man" to 0! according to my intel: this glues each individual human CONCIOUSNESS to Jesus Christ's, cosiousness; in order to prevent each (via cHRIST'S TRAUMA) from so-called "ascending." they who did this are yearning to posses slaves - they will clone our last drop of juice to multiply their slaves, for ever and ever! DEATH will no more be refuge! ~this will not be! canceled already. CHEER-UP, GUYS! Tough days ahead - but SLAVERY is ABOLISHED! ~ ~~ ~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ the FREEDOM Underground forTrees&The Rest Of Living Beings. ~ soon the cartoon.
  • Dan Olivero from Schaumburg, IlLove comes to you and you follow.... that was enough to get me hook. The song is a YES Master Piece. RIP Chris Squire gone but never forgotten!!
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