Who Sang A New Awakening? Julie Driscoll

Release information
Release Date: 1971
Genre: Jazz Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Acoustic/Jazz-Rock/Folk
length: 3:25

Today we talked about many things
Today I woke up to many things
My day began in long confusion
Struggling hard for some solution

My throat was tight, my eyes were blurred
To no one could I say a word
Feelings that would not subside
Just kept tightening up inside
Watched you all and felt despair
Yet loved you all for being there
And then we talked, you understood
I even started feeling good
"Sit down," you said, "talk it out"
"No, I can't", "It's not so hard"
"It's not so easy," "Come away"
"That's what I need, that's waht I need to do"
To the country in an open car
Wind in your hair, blowing forments far
Behind your mind and far away
To where your bad dreams turn to clay
And as they slip I let them go
And with relief the tears will flow, let's go

Today we talked about many things
Today I woke up to many things
You made me see how things could be
With time to let these feelings free
We have so many things to discover
And they'll come if we help each other
Let's go

Vinyl 1
  • 1 A New Awakening
  • 2 Those That We Love
  • 3 Leaving It All Behind
  • 4 Break Out
  • 5 The Choice
  • 6 Lullaby
  • 7 Walk Down
  • 8 I Nearly Forgot – But I Went Back

  • Release information
    label: Polydor
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin