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Published on Sep 19, 2009
AUDIO ONLY. Happy Rhodes - The Keep (1995) - 04 - "The Yes Medley"
The Yes Medley (6:05) (I Sleep Alone, Soon, Endless Dream, Hearts) New Recording of the Manhattan Center Show, 1995
You talk of love, you talk of trust But I can see I sleep alone tonight And where you go and what you do, baby I can't fight It's not easy to forget though yesterday is far away Yet still I can feel you close as breathing You say you care, you want to know But I don't know, I sleep alone tonight And in my heart I feel you care more than you believe I'll wait for you today and hope tomorrow takes you away This yearning for the change--I look up at the new life That I must find, I must find, I must find, I must find, I must find
Soon, oh, soon the light Pass within and soothe this endless night I'll wait here for you, our reason to be here Soon, oh, soon the time All we move to gain will reach and calm Our heart is open, our reason to be here Long long ago set into a rhyme Soon, oh, soon the light Ours to shape for all time, ours the right
Hold your head up high you know You've come a long, long way Tainted as a fugitive with nothing left to say Temptation may come, hope your vision doesn't stray in the name of God you might be forced away, forced away Moving forward to the only place you know Side-tracked by some indiscretion, changing as you go Temptation may come, hope your conscience doesn't hide the only trip you'll take is inside
Hearing, talking, yes, I love you Set your heart, sail on the river Look around as you drift downstream Pouring souls into the ocean take account of all you've seen One people together, freedom for today So easy the future, so see the children's way Love me, teach me, know me
"I Sleep Alone" written by Trevor Rabin. From the 1977 Rabbitt album A Croak And A Grunt. Published by
Uni/Chappell Music, Warnell Chappell Music
"Soon" written by Jon Anderson. From the 1974 Yes album Relayer (part of the song "The Gates Of
Deliruim") and the 1985 Yes album 9012Live - The Solos. Published by Topographic Music BMI
"Endless Dream" written by Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson. From the 1994 Yes album Talk. Published by
Tremander's Songs BMI and Fizz Music Ltd., Warner Bros. Music Corp. ASCAP
"Hearts" written by Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Alan White, Tony Kaye. From the album
1983 Yes album 90125. Published by Affirmative Music BMI