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FROM THE UNDERWORLD (Howard Blaikley / Alan Blaikley / Ken Howard) Herd & Peter Frampton - 1967 Out of the land of shadows and darkness, we were returning Towards the morning light Almost in reach of places I knew Escaping the ghosts of Yesterday You were behind me following closely "Don't turn around now" I heard you whisper in my ear "If you should turn now, All that you won Will vanish just like a passing dream. Just on the very verge of the morning, daylight was dawning, freedom was but a step away now with the deep dark river behind us, what could go wrong if I stayed strong in mind. What was the sudden lapse into madness, what was the urge that turned my head around to look at you? What was the stubborn will to destroy the love and the joy I nearly held? Three times the thunder roared in my ears in all of my years I'll see that lost look in your eyes. As, with a sigh like smoke in the wind you slipped from my grasp into the waiting shadows so much I longed to say, but my touch found only the empty air and a black nights coldness. Into another world you entered and never again I can reclaim you.

    


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