One In a Hundred [Bonus Track]

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Harold Eugene "Gene" Clark (November 17, 1944 – May 24, 1991) was an American singer-songwriter, and one of the founding members of the folk-rock group The Byrds. more »


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Don't you come down  
Don't you feel bad
Even though your dreams are of 
The things you've never had

Close to the earth
Near to the sun
Reflecting your own life
You can see that you 
Can be more than one

Hear the bells ring, morning has come
Over the town the morning star fades in the dawn
Voices of time bringing surprise  
Voices that sing in waking moments    
To look into life's eye

Aren't you glad it's another day 
Look and tell
So you though you would run away 
But you know that way too well

Rhythms of rhyme
Seasons shall say
To look at a longer life now 
A longer yesterday
Don't you come down
You know you're the one
Looking at tomorrow
Let your your troubles
Fade and fly into the sun

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Written by: GENE CLARK

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