Who Sang Reflection? The Pentangle

The Pentangle Reflection cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1971
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Celtic/Folk/Folk Rock
length: 11:11
producer: Bill Leader
membranophone: Terry Cox
vocal: Jacqui McShee and Terry Cox
engineer: Nic Kinsey
electric guitar: John Renbourn
arranger: Terry Cox, Jacqui McShee, John Renbourn, Bert Jansch and Danny Thompson
guitar: Bert Jansch
harmonica: John Renbourn
Some other versions of "Reflection"

Last night the sky
Was filled with light
I saw the sun's reflection
Saw the whole world take flight
Saw the whole world take flight

I heard the guns of heaven
Thundering in my ears
I opened wide my eyes
And watched the whole world disappear
And watched the world disappear

I reached out my hand
There was no one there
Just this empty room
So cold and bare
So cold and bare

I'm gonna climb my tower
And survey the earth
Gonna cross the ocean
Gonna ride the surf
Gonna ride the surf

People told your mother
What I've been through
She signed away your soul
Onto Satan's crew
Onto Satan's crew

And as you sail away
On that flaming tide
You see your own reflection
On the other side
On the other side

I've seen the devil's face
I've looked in his eyes
I've searched for satisfaction
Disillusion is his guise
Disillusion is his guise

I've got a notion
And I'm sure I'm right
My sun will rise again
And put evil out of sight
Put evil out of sight

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Wedding Dress
  • 2 Omie Wise
  • 3 Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
  • 4 When I Get Home
  • 5 Rain and Snow
  • 6 Helping Hand
  • 7 So Clear
  • 8 Reflection

  • Release information
    label: Transatlantic Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin