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8 thoughts on “ Wishing You Were Here ”
Jan 08, · Wish You Were Here is one of Pink Floyd's most soulful albums, maybe second to Dark Side of the Moon. It has a short list of songs, but all of the songs are gems. Wish You Were Here was the band's dedication to Sid Barret, but it can apply to anyone in our lives. Especially those who we miss for some reason or another/5(K).
Jun 07, · "Wish You Were Here" is a well-acted and modest psychological mystery that works as well it does thanks to an unsettling vibe and half a neat mystery. Once that has been resolved, my 71%.
Wishing you were here. I can't begin to tell you where I've been It's a world behind And if we are to find our heaven here We just have to look harder Now I can see you I never could before, now I want nothing more When I close my eyes Wishing you were here. Home such a long way gone How to share a day, here's my only way When I close my eyes.
Wishing You Were Here was written by Chicago bassist Peter Cetera, and is the twelfth track on Chicago VII. Guitarist Terry Kath (also lead singer) and bassist Peter Cetera (bridge singer) switch.
“Wish You Were Here” is the title track on Pink Floyd’s album. The song’s lyrics encompass writer Roger Waters‘ feelings of alienation from other people, drawing particular inspiration from.
"Wishing You Were Here" is a song written by Peter Cetera for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago VII (), with lead vocals by Terry Kath (uncredited on the original album package), while Cetera sang the song's bridge.
“Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” is Christine Daaé’s ode to her deceased father. Audio of the song from the Original London Cast Recording (lyrically near-identical) can be found.
Lyrics to 'Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again' by The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast): You were once my one companion You were all that mattered You were once a friend and father Then my world was shattered.