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|language = English
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<lyrics>
 
The passage of time
 
The passage of time
 
Is flicking dimly up on the screen
 
Is flicking dimly up on the screen
 
I can't see the lines
 
I can't see the lines
 
I used to think I could read between
 
I used to think I could read between
Perhaps my brains have turned to san
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Perhaps my brains have turned to sand
 
   
 
Oh me oh my
 
Oh me oh my
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You'd be surprised
 
You'd be surprised
 
At my degree of uncertainty
 
At my degree of uncertainty
How can moments go so slow.
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How can moments go so slow
 
   
 
Several times
 
Several times
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Watching the signs
 
Watching the signs
 
Taking over from the fading day
 
Taking over from the fading day
Perhaps my brains are old and scrambled.
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Perhaps my brains are old and scrambled
 
   
 
Several times
 
Several times
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Watching the signs
 
Watching the signs
 
Taking over from the fading day
 
Taking over from the fading day
Changing water into wine.
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Changing water into wine
 
   
 
Several times
 
Several times
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Watching the signs
 
Watching the signs
 
Taking over from the fading day
 
Taking over from the fading day
Putting the grapes back on the vine.
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Putting the grapes back on the vine
 
   
 
(Simultaneously with the last two verses, another voice sings another melody with different words, as follows:)
 
(Simultaneously with the last two verses, another voice sings another melody with different words, as follows:)
 
   
 
Who would believe what a poor set of eyes can show you
 
Who would believe what a poor set of eyes can show you
 
Who would believe what an innocent voice could do
 
Who would believe what an innocent voice could do
Never a silence always a face at the door.
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Never a silence always a face at the door
 
   
 
Who would believe what a poor set of ears can tell you
 
Who would believe what a poor set of ears can tell you
 
Who would believe what a weak pair of hands can do
 
Who would believe what a weak pair of hands can do
Never a silence always a foot in the door.
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Never a silence always a foot in the door
 
</lyrics>
 
</lyrics>
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Latest revision as of 12:26, April 12, 2018

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Golden Hours

This song is by Brian Eno and appears on the album Another Green World (1975) by Eno.

This song has been covered by Ida under the title "Golden Hours".
The passage of time
Is flicking dimly up on the screen
I can't see the lines
I used to think I could read between
Perhaps my brains have turned to sand

Oh me oh my
I think it's been an eternity
You'd be surprised
At my degree of uncertainty
How can moments go so slow

Several times
I've seen the evening slide away
Watching the signs
Taking over from the fading day
Perhaps my brains are old and scrambled

Several times
I've seen the evening slide away
Watching the signs
Taking over from the fading day
Changing water into wine

Several times
I've seen the evening slide away
Watching the signs
Taking over from the fading day
Putting the grapes back on the vine

(Simultaneously with the last two verses, another voice sings another melody with different words, as follows:)

Who would believe what a poor set of eyes can show you
Who would believe what an innocent voice could do
Never a silence always a face at the door

Who would believe what a poor set of ears can tell you
Who would believe what a weak pair of hands can do
Never a silence always a foot in the door

Credits

Written by:

Brian Eno

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