Reflections of My Life (Music Video of the Week)

Music Video of the Week, 25 Mar 2019

The Marmalade – TRANSCEND Media Service

1969 – Original Recording

Reflections of My Life was recorded in London in October 1969. With hypnotic music and lyrics, what a monumental ballad it was and still is! Enjoy.


LYRICS:

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

The greetings of people in trouble
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

Oh my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

Oh my crying (Oh my crying)
Feel I’m dying, dying
Take me back
to my own home

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

I’m changing, arranging,
I’m changing,
I’m changing everything
Everything around me

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

The world is
a bad place
A bad place
A terrible place to live
Oh but I don’t want to die …

Oh my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

Oh my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

Written by William ‘junior’ Campbell, Thomas Mcaleese

Copyright © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

 

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