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(Trevor Rabin/Jon Anderson/Chris Squire)

Feel the calling of a miracle
In the presence of the word
Now we hold the right to rearrange
How the stories can be heard

In the beginning is the future
And the future is at hand
I'll be calling voices of Africa
Be the rhythm to the plan

From the Congo to Lenasia
Be the writing on the wall
I'll be calling the colors of India
See the Asian life explode

CHORUS
Head into the headlight
Don't turn from the rain
There's a fire raging somewhere near
Liek a longtime friend who's
Seen it darker than ebony
Take off on the turnpike
(Asking for the first call)
Give me more of the same
(Asking for a song)
There's a fire burning in my heart again

I'll be calling the dragons of China
See the dancers of the Nile
See the wings of change are on display
This revelation mine

Feel the calling of the miracle
In the presence of the word

CHORUS

Feel the calling of a miracle
The revelation mine



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    Vito BelmonteDec 29, 2012 at 9:52 pm
    Last time I listened to this was 1997 no matter how silent there is only one message from enchanting singing with universal meaning just to remind me that I am not alone when all else is waiting for my death.

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