TWILIGHT ZONE

These are the lyrics to the song “Twilight Zone” which we played at the Gorsedh Final night. It is about how, as children, we think we can communicate telepathically with our closest friends and/or loved ones. Do we unlearn this sort of ability or did we never really have it in the first place? I have seen enough in my life to believe that children are psychic and receptive to extraordinary stimuli in ways that most adults never are…:

 

Even as I sit here

Yes, I hear, I hear you call

And even though I wonder why

It feels so wonderful;

Even though it sounds strange

I almost see the invisible

And even though we’re far apart

It’s not so impossible…

 

 

Chorus

SCREAM AND SHOUT –

JUST LET IT OUT –

I WANT THE WORLD TO KNOW!

SHOUT AND SCREAM

AND I WILL SEE YOU

IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE;

WE TOUCHED WHERE NO-ONE EVER TOUCHED BEFORE

AND NOW I KNOW

NO MATTER WHERE WE ARE,

WE’LL TOUCH THE STARS,

I’LL MEET YOU

IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE…

 

 

Even as we tumble

No-one else can hear us fall

And even though we’re screaming

We’re still barely audible;

Even if we’re dreaming

It’s still unexplainable

And even as we breathe

We share the unbelievable…

 

© Tony Atkinson

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