The Big Medley

album: "A Change Of Seasons" (1995)
[I. In The Flesh?]
[Originally recorded by Pink Floyd]
[Written by Roger Waters]
[From the album "The Wall" - 1979]

* back                                                      * home

So 'ya..Thought 'ya
Might like to...Go to the show

To feel the warm thrill of confusion
That space cadet glow

Tell me is something eluding you sunshine?
Is this not what you expected to see?
If you wanna find out what's behind this cold eyes?
You'll just have to claw your way through this disguise

Lights...Roll the sound effects...
Action...Shout out! (shout out)
Shout out! (shout out)
Shout out! (shout out)

[II. Carry On Wayward Son]

[Originally recorded by Kansas]
[Written by Kerry Livgren]
[From the album "Leftoverture" - 1976]


[III. Bohemian Rhapsody]

[Originally recorded by Queen]
[Written by Freddie Mercury]
[From the album "A Night At The Opera" - 1975]

So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye
So you think you can love me and leave me to die
Oh, baby
Can't do this to me, baby...Just gotta get out
Just gotta get right outta here

[IV. Loving, Touching, Squeezing]

[Originally recorded by Journey]
[Written by Steve Perry]
[From the album "Evolution" - 1979]

You make me weep...And wanna die
Just when...You said we'd try
Lovin', touchin', squeezin'...Each other

When I'm alone...Oh by myself
You're out....With someone else
Lovin', touchin', squeezin'...Each other

You're tearin' me apart...Every day, every day
You're tearin' me apart..Oh what can I say?
You're tearin' me apart

It won't be long, no...Until you're alone
When you're lover....Oh he hasn't come home
'Cause he's lovin', oh he's touchin', he's squeezin'

He's tearin' you apart...Every day, every day
He's tearin' you apart....Oh girl what can you say?
'Cause he's lovin', touchin', another
Now it's your turn, girl, to cry

[V. Cruise Control]

[Originally recorded by Dixie Dregs]
[Written by Steve Morse - 1977]


[VI. Turn It On Again]

[Originally performed by Genesis]
[Written by Banks/Collins/Rutherford]
[From the album "Duke" - 1980]

Turn it on..Turn it on, turn it on again
Turn it on...Turn it on, turn it on again
Turn it on...Turn it on, turn it on again
Turn it on...Turn it on, turn it on again

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