Something's on the Move

Jethro Tull

credits


publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Ian Anderson
album: Track 6 in album Stormwatch
release date: 1979-9-14
popularity : 6 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Prog Rock/Folk Rock/Hard Rock
length: 4:28
lyricist: Ian Anderson
composer: Ian Anderson

Album Information

label: Chrysalis
country(area): United Kingdom
format: Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Jethro Tull Stormwatch cover art

Lyrics

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She wore a black tiara
And she came from distant waters

Of the new wastes of winter
On the icy road.
With chill mists swirling
Sighted on horizons

A deathly distant rumble
In melting crystal tears.
Capturing black pieces
The white queen rolls

Pausing briefly in the corries
And a new age is born.
Driving all before her
Her cold creaking mass

To embrace the sill-warm bundles
Of a white London Town.
Oh, sunshine take me now away from here
And the turntable spins

Something's on the move.

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Track Listing


Vinyl 1
  • 1 North Sea Oil
  • 2 Orion
  • 3 Home
  • 4 Dark Ages
  • 5 Warm Sporran
  • 6 Something's on the Move
  • 7 Old Ghosts
  • 8 Dun Ringill
  • 9 Flying Dutchman
  • 10 Elegy