The Gathering - Travel Lyrics

The Gathering How to Measure a Planet? cover art
Credits
release date: 1998-11-4
popularity : 226 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Alternative Rock/Psychedelic Rock/Prog Rock
length: 9:07
Lyrics
Melodic stanzas
are symphonizing their way
through your weary head

To feed your distrust
And fill it's mouth with the desire
to soulfully be one with your creation

Not a subject to control
you call upon a higer power
for help and inspiration

The crowd waits
and turns their faces
towards you expectantly
you give them what they need
But their useless criticism
makes you die
a bit more inside

Not a subject to control
you call upon a higer power
for help and inspiration

Oh, I swoon
while loudspeakers play soft music

Leaning
over your fourtieth masterpiece
You must have loved
the colour of these violins

I wish I knew you
Your fit of insanity makes me sad

I wish you knew
your music was to stay forever
And I hope...

I have no clue
if you know how much it matters
And I hope...



Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Frail (You Might as Well Be Me)
  • 2 Great Ocean Road
  • 3 Rescue Me
  • 4 My Electricity
  • 5 Liberty Bell
  • 6 Red Is a Slow Colour
  • 7 The Big Sleep
  • 8 Marooned
  • 9 Travel
    CD 2
  • 1 South American Ghost Ride
  • 2 Illuminating
  • 3 Locked Away
  • 4 Probably Built in the Fifties
  • 5 How to Measure a Planet?

  • Album Information
    label: Century Media
    country(area): Germany
    format: CD
    barcode: 5051099726826
    script: Latin