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Lyrics to 'Astral Weeks' by Van Morrison. Astral Weeks is generally considered one of the best albums in pop music history, but for all that renown, it is anything but an archetypal rock & roll album. Slim Slow Slider #9. punch: “I shall drive my chariot down your streets and cry,” a love metaphor worthy of the Song of Solomon. Back On Top Morrison described the song "Astral Weeks" as being: "like transforming energy, or going from one source to another with it being born again like a rebirth. I think it'll help all of you get closer to the creative and mystical mind of the very young man who made Astral Weeks. See all albums. Then, a poetic K.O. "Astral Weeks" If I ventured in the slipstream Between the viaducts of your dream Where immobile steel rims crack And the ditch in the back roads stop Could you find me? Van Morrison’s “Astral Weeks” has always seemed like a fluke. Popular albums by this artist. Back On The Corner: 30. Into the Mystic #14. Crazy Love #12. Van Morrison Astral Weeks lyrics - letras - testo are property and copyright of their owners. Baby (You Got What It Takes) 27. Astral Weeks #2. I am 15 years old and Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks is the worst music I have ever heard in my life. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. "Astral Weeks" is the title song and opening track on the 1968 album Astral Weeks by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. from album: Astral Weeks (1968) If I ventured in the slipstream Between the viaducts of your dream Where immobile steel rims crack And the ditch in the back roads stop Could you find me?
Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 is a new book from Penguin Press by Ryan H. Walsh about Van Morrison's time in Boston in the months leading up to recording his masterpiece album, Astral Weeks. Would you kiss-a my eyes? Baby What You Want Me To Do: 29. If I ventured in the slipstream Between the viaducts of your dream Where immobile steel rims crack And the ditch in the back roads stop Could you find me? Baby Please Don't Go: 28. Come … The Way Young Lovers Do #6. If I ventured in the slipstream, between the viaducts of your dream/ Where immobile steel rims crack, and the ditch in the back roads stop" Songstube is against piracy and promotes safe and legal music downloading on Amazon . I'm convinced that even Van couldn't explain what some of these songs mean, as he opened up let the mystic flow into him. It's one of those songs where you can see the light at the end of the tunnel and that's basically what the song says." Would you kiss-a my eyes?
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