Dan Hill


writers: Dan Hill
album: Track 6 in album Longer Fuse
release date: 1977
popularity : 10 users have visited this page.
genres: Jazz Rock Funk / Soul Blues Pop Folk, World, & Country
styles: Classic Rock/Folk Rock
length: 4:28

Album Information

label: 20th Century-Fox Records
country(area): United States
format: Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Dan Hill Longer Fuse cover art


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You've been a friend of mi-ine for so-o many year-ears
And oh Jea-ea-ean, friends are like rare stones
And I'd write songs only when the pain became too obvious inside
And woh-oh Jea-ea-ean, love is li-ike a prayer

Watch the wind blow all hope away as you crawl into yourself for protection
Oh don't turn away, don't lose to the cold, don't leave me here-ere to die-ie alo-one
A little of your love couldn't hur-urt me none
And a little of my love couldn't hurt you none

The circle of love spins rou-ound and round searchin' for new destinations
Trapped within it's shoreli-ines we're still strugglin' to break free-ee-ee
Still we wa-alk the other way rather than risk rejection
Still I try to make you see, I love you so it frightens me

Let it shine on through like rays from the su-un
Let it run beside you, let it flow inside you,


Track Listing

Vinyl 1
  • 1 Sometimes When We Touch
  • 2 14 Today
  • 3 In the Name of Love
  • 4 Crazy
  • 5 McCarthy's Day
  • 6 Jean
  • 7 You Are All I See
  • 8 Southern California
  • 9 Longer Fuse
  • 10 Still Not Used To