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Tom sawyer

by Rush. Buy album CD: The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987

Words by Neil Peart, Music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson

Grim-faced and forbidding
Their faces closed tight
An angular mass of New Yorkers
Pacing in rhythm
Race the oncoming night
They chase through the streets of Manhattan
Head-first humanity
Pause at a light
Then flow through the streets of the city

They seem oblivious
To a soft spring rain
Like an English rain
So light, yet endless
From a leaden sky

The buildings are lost
In their limitless rise
My feet catch the pulse
And the purposeful stride

I feel the sense of possibilities
I feel the wrench of hard realities
The focus is sharp in the city

Wide-angle watcher
On life's ancient tales
Steeped in the history of London
Green and grey washes
In a wispy white veil
Mist in the streets of Westminster
Wistful and weathered
The pride still prevails
Alive in the streets of the city

Are they oblivious
To this quality?
A quality of light
Unique to every city's streets

Pavements may teem
With intense energy
But the city is calm
In this violent sea

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Album: The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 (2003) Lyrics
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  1. Working man
  2. Fly by night
  3. 2112
  4. Closer to the heart
  5. The trees
  6. The spirit of radio
  7. Freewill
  8. Limelight
  9. Tom sawyer
  10. Red barchetta
  11. New world man
  12. Subdivisions
  13. Distant early warning
  14. The big money
  15. Force ten
  16. Time stand still


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