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Written by Neil Young, Published by Silver Fiddle Music (c) 1988.
Recorded: July 21st, 1988.


High on a balcony, right where we used to be,
This city dancing like a sparkling sea.
I wanna catch a wave, I wanna swim to shore.
Walk on that same beach like I did before.

I really want the sun, want the sun to rise,
I really want to end the night.
I really wanna feel, wanna feel your love.
I wanna feel your love.

I think of our old friends, I count my enemies.
I hear you tell me how I don't know love.
I wanna feel your love, I wanna lay right down.
Wish I was swimming in the sound of love.

I really want the night, want the night to end.
I really want the sun to rise.
I really wanna feel, wanna feel your love.
I wanna feel your love.

And now the night is still, the mansion on the hill,
The children sleeping in their endless dreams.

I wanna feel your love, I wanna feel your love,
I wanna feel your love, feel your love, feel your love.

I wanna feel your love, I wanna feel your love,
I wanna feel your love, feel your love, feel your love.


Lead Vocal: Neil Young
Acoustic Guitar: Neil Young
Percussion: Neil Young and Joe Vitale
Vibes: Joe Vitale
Engineered by Stanley Johnston.



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