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Van Morrison — I Will Be There
Album: Saint Dominic's Preview
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Released: 1972
Length: 3:02
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Whenever the sunshine comes through
Whenever my thoughts turn to you
Whatever you want me to do
I will be there

Whether I crawl uphill
Try to not be through the mill
Just as long as I fit the bill
I will be there

If it's on a lazy afternoon in summertime
And you're drinking champagne and wine
Anytime, I don't mind
Even if I've got the blues
And after I pay all my dues
You decide to go for a cruise
I will be there

And if it's on a lazy afternoon in summertime
And you're drinking champaigne and wine
Anytime, I don't mind
And even if I've got the blues
I'm tired of paying oh so many dues
And you decide to go for a cruise
Going to grab my razor and my suitcase and my toothbrush and my overcoat and my underwear
I will be there
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Well yes but a little bland for the creator of Astral Weeks and Moondance. Maybe I should just figure that he's mellowed.
Thanks for bringing this one back to the playlist, Bill
Still sounds like him, but still sounds fresh. If they had any sense, Clapton and Sting would wonder how he does it.
Originally Posted by tonypf: 25 years later, he's still here.
25 years later, he\'s still here.