Taking in the View Song Lyrics

Kansas

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The world began to change the children moved and they had children
It was all arranged you couldn't live there anymore
All you had was that old place in the middle of the path of progress
So they took the space and put the ceiling on the floor
In one of the rooms all the walls were blue
It was hidden so well that no one knew
Just the place for taking in the view

The View of the sea crisp and clear and neverending
There your soul ran free there you spirit soared
The View took you away to the boundaries of imagination
Back to yesterday back to once before
In one of the rooms all the walls were blue
A mysterious space without a clue
Just the place for taking in the View

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Silhouettes in Disguise
  • 2 Power
  • 3 All I Wanted
  • 4 Secret Service
  • 5 We’re Not Alone Anymore
  • 6 Musicatto
  • 7 Taking In the View
  • 8 Three Pretenders
  • 9 Tomb 19
  • 10 Can’t Cry Anymore


  • credits


    publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Steve Walsh, Steven J. Morse
    album: Track 7 in album Power
    release date: 1986-11
    popularity : 62 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Pop
    styles: Pop Rock/Prog Rock/Arena Rock
    length: 2:58
    producer: Andrew Powell
    drums: Phil Ehart
    conductor: Andrew Powell
    lead vocals: Steve Walsh
    orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
    mixer: Nigel Walker
    engineer: Mike Sheady
    recorded by: Nigel Walker
    guitar: Richard Williams and Steve Morse
    keyboard: Steve Walsh
    additional engineer: Ron Christopher, William Shapland, Ray Pile and Davy Moire
    bass guitar: Billy Greer
    assistant engineer: Darrin Godwin, Keith Odle and Lance Phillips
    orchestrator: Andrew Powell
    writer: Steve Morse, Steve Walsh

    Album Information

    label: MCA Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 076732583821
    script: Latin