Who Sang Lord Is It Mine? Supertramp

Supertramp Breakfast in America cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Richard Davies, Roger Hodgson
release date: 1979
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Art Rock/Pop Rock/Soft Rock/Classic Rock
length: 4:11
producer: Peter Henderson and Supertramp
vocal: Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies
engineer: Peter Henderson
bass: Dougie Thomson
keyboard: Rick Davies
keyboard & guitar: Roger Hodgson
drums (drum set): Bob Siebenberg
sound engineer: Russel Pope
woodwind: John Helliwell
assistant engineer: Lenise Bent and Jeff Harris
I know that there's a reason why I need to be alone
I need to find a silent place that I can call my own
Is it mine, Lord is it mine?
When everything's dark and nothing seems right,
There's nothing to win and there's no need to fight
I never cease to wonder at the cruelty of this land
But it seems a time of sadness is a time to understand
Is it mine, Lord is it mine?
When everything's dark and nothing seems right,
You don't have to win and there's no need to fight
If only I could find a way
To feel your sweetness through the day
The love that shines around me could be mine.
So give us an answer, won't you,
We know what we have to do,
There must be a thousand voices trying to get through



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Gone Hollywood
  • 2 The Logical Song
  • 3 Goodbye Stranger
  • 4 Breakfast in America
  • 5 Oh Darling
  • 6 Take the Long Way Home
  • 7 Lord Is It Mine
  • 8 Just Another Nervous Wreck
  • 9 Casual Conversations
  • 10 Child of Vision

  • Album Information
    label: A&M Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin