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Eclection Front

Side 1.
1.

In Her Mind
(3:53)

She's leaving time to be
A trace for reason
Solitude owes me her smile
Why in so many years
Could she forget
Life without a moment to dream

 
In her mind she's free
Left her days to be
Leaving on the promise of her silence
Seeking through her tears the reason why
Aiming at the sunrise in her eyes

My dreams of yesterday
Wind hide the sorrow
That remains in the passing of time
Making silence become
What's left of my illusions of you

In her mind she's free
Left her days to be
Leaving on the promise of her silence
Seeking through her tears the reason why
Aiming at the sunrise in her eyes

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 Nina Music Inc. BMI.
All rights reserved.

Side 1.
2.

Nevertheless
(2:50)

Nevertheless I can't help
dreaming of you
I can't help falling for you
I just can't help

Nevertheless I won't try
calling your name
I won't try hanging around
I just won't try

Now and again I might
think of you
Hiding the pain that
comes from loving you

Nevertheless I'll go on
waking each day
I'll go on making my way
I'll just go on

Nevertheless I'll soon find
someone who cares
I will find somebody else
I know I'll find

Now and again I might
think of you
Hiding the pain that
comes from loving you

Words and music by Michael Rosen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Side 1.
3

Violet Dew
(3:47)

Lost in a maze of colours
Where will it end
Sailing through wildwood flowers
Piercing the mist of Violet Dew

Saving my eyes from seeing
Facing away
From colours that I am breathing
Piercing the mist of Violet Dew

Follow the line of sunlight
Opens my mind
To a world within a dark night
Piercing the mist of Violet Dew

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
  1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved

Side 1.
4

Will Tomorrow Be The Same
(3:09)

It was a time I could sense the rightful way
For the life I should have
But through the years
With no one behind me
Life became a closing wall
 
It's not the way I would pretend
That led me to see
Only my senses know
Where I should have to be

Dreaming of the life that I can't find
Leaving all my chances far behind and
Sleeping through my troubles
Will tomorrow be the same?
 
Once again, I would gaze beyond
the limit of my days, and my time
Knowing well that no one would
deceive me like myself, if I could
see, it doesn't help to be above
with nothing to come,
Like someone said to me,
"You can't chew without your gum!"
 
Dreaming of the life that I can't find
Leaving all my chances far behind and
Sleeping through my troubles
Will tomorrow be the same?

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Side 1.
5

Still I Can See
 (4:13)

Blinking white through the crystal air
Waving down and around
Clicking feathers of ice to bear
Mixing tinkles of sound
 
Still I can see, where it will go
Nothing but time as far as I know
Patches of green on which I can lean
It's time to go

 
Pictures falling in focus of
Good times are to be seen
Blow the crystals from side to side
And ask them where they have been

 
Still I can see, where it will go
Nothing but time as far as I know
Patches of green on which I can lean
It's time to go

Close your eyes never say a word
Rising high with the sound
Clouds are breaking and beams of sun
Will drive them homeward bound

Still I can see, where it will go
Nothing but time as far as I know
Patches of green on which I can lean
It's time to go

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Side 1.
6

In The Early Days
 (3:35)

In time to see the war
Said he quite slowly, but say no more
It's not so plain to see
When you are longing not to be
But all the sunlight I never saw
And never will see
 
In the early days, being anywhere
In a moment of life without a care
Reaching out to see, wanting
life to be a dream
 
One can't belong to pain
Nothing inside me would be
the same
The reasons I would give
Always remind me of how to live
But all the feelings I never had
And never will feel
 
In the early days, being anywhere
In a moment of life without a care
Reaching out to see, wanting
life to be a dream

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Eclection Back

Side 2.
1
 

Another Time, Another Place
(4:22)

Another time, another place
Perhaps alone we could have seen
That maybe if we tried to
look at life another way
We might have been
Together on our way towards
the everlasting love of life
That must be true
But nothing in this world can
keep us apart from doing
What we want to do

So try to find a way to understand
Please try to find a way to understand

When I think about the days we know
And every hour spent for things to come
And now I see it's not the way we live
But the way we think that makes our
pleasures numb

So try to find a way to understand
Please try to find a way to understand

Another time, another place
Perhaps together we would be
A step ahead of all those things
that we should never see
But all those years we stumbled
through without a care of what to do
And now I've learned from
present on the past
And found that life is you

So try to find a way to understand
Please try to find a way to understand

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Side 2.
2
 

Morning of Yesterday
(4:07)

The rain became a living maze
Changing all the time
Spinning on its way through the haze
With a crystallising chime
That takes the sound to wander
through my mind
And leaves me with the time

Looking at the rain falling
down on the ground
Oh I wish I could feel
That the morning of yesterday
Could have been on the sunny side
But it helps to see the rain
'Cause it takes my thoughts away
And it shows me where I am

Whatever I would fail to see
From leaving things behind
The reason for it all to be
Would never change my mind
From all the passing fictions
that I find and lingers with the time

 Looking at the rain falling
down on the ground
Oh I wish I could feel
That the morning of yesterday
Could have been on the sunny side
But it helps to see the rain
'Cause it takes my thoughts away
And it shows me where I am

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

Side 2
3
 

Betty Brown
(3:03)

Betty Brown was small and round
Red hair had she too
From the schoolyard homeward bound
As I came passing through
I looked at her, she smiled at me
Not so pretty but fine for me
Didn't know just what to say
So I passed along my way
Betty Brown

Betty Brown was homeward bound
Betty Brown was on my mind
Betty Brown was homeward bound
Betty Brown was on my mind

Next day I stood tall and brave
Waiting for the smile she gave
Wishing that she would be there soon
So we could share the afternoon
I waited there from one till three
But no Betty Brown could I see
Standing by the ice cream stand
With a flower in my hand
Betty Brown

Betty Brown was homeward bound
Betty Brown was on my mind
Betty Brown was homeward bound
Betty Brown was on my mind

Words and music by Georg Hultgreen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved

Side 2.
4

St. George and The Dragon
(Up The Night)
(4:54)

Up the knight a face was appearing
Again and again my love I saw
You were there, where was I
Tripping through your shadow in the floor

That's where we are
That's where we are

Shadowed clouds passing by
Weaving vague traces of the sun
Sitting high in night's crystal palace
See how you've made the colours run

That's where we are
That's where we are

Up the knight a face was appearing
Again and again my love I saw
You were there, where was I
Tripping through your shadow in the floor

Words and music by Michael Rosen.
1968 by Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rghts Reserved.

Side 2.
5
 

Confusion
(5:02)

Pictures in my mind
Framed by space and time
I watch them come and go
Still I want to know
What's happening... inside me

I close my eyes
Fall into visions of fairyland

The books have all been read
They say it's all been said
These words I try to use
Serve only to confuse
My confusion... inside me

I close my eyes
Fall into visions of fairyland

So I hide behind
A comic pantomime
Trying to play the game
Wanting to hide the pain
That lingers... inside me

I close my eyes
Fall into visions of fairyland

Words and music by Michael Rosen.
1968 Nina Music, Inc. BMI.
All Rights Reserved.

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