Yesterday And Today Lyrics - Yes

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Why is there you,
When there are few,
People making me feel good.
Why is there me,
When air is free,
Some I can see better than I should,
There's only us,
simply because,
Thinking of us makes us both happy
I think of you everyway, yesterday and today,
I think of things we do all the way everyday
Stand in the sea
sing songs for me,
Sing happily making me feel good,
Watching your eyes,
Feeling your sighs,
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saying goodbyes better than I could,
There's only us,
simply because,
Thinking of us makes us both happy
I think of you everyway yesterday and today,
I think of nothing but you things we do, things we do.







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Yes before they were Prog!!! | Reviewer: toby | 8/18/2007

This song has two attributes that most Yes fans would not associate with the group;this song is both simple and short.For a band who would go on to record twenty minute,mellotron-infused suites, the sound of Jon Anderson singing to about two-and-a-half minutes of simple piano music is really interesting. Yesterday and Today, the third track on the eponymous debut album (1969),shows a young band, sure of its talent, yet unsure of its direction. (Much of this can be attributed to original guitarist Peter Banks, who seemed to envision Yes as a Cream-style jazz-rock band.) Y&T is a beautiful, relaxing fusion of Jon's high-register voice and a soft acoustic piano that made no effort to compete with the voice track. Completely unpretentious (we're taliking about YES,folks!), I highly recommend this song.

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