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I Want Tomorrow

the 3rd song of the album The Celts (1992), composed and performed by Enya,
Read or download I Want Tomorrow lyrics by Roma Ryan
Dawn breaks; there is blue in the sky. / Your face before me
Though I don't know why. / Thoughts disappearing like tears from the Moon.
Waiting here, as I sit by the stone, / They came before me
Those men from the Sun. / Signs from the heavens say I am the one.
Now you're here, I can see your light, / this light that I must follow.
You, you may take my life away, so far away.
Now I know I must leave your spell / I want tomorrow.
 

Download I Want Tomorrow mp3 (4:03, 128 kbps, 44 kHz) engineered by Nicky Ryan



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Reviews
BBC Records certainly do. They've taken the unprecedented step of releasing her Celts soundtrack months ahead of the start of the television series, even retitling it Enya with little obvious relationship to the programme. And one reason for this bold stroke may be their confidence in the LP's single 'I Want Tomorrow', a glimmeringly melodic ballad that could be one of those surprise singles that occasionally invade the British charts. Soundtracks are constricting while - perhaps inevitably - her music shares common trademarks with Clannad in its moody melodic scope and ambitious use of texturing vocal overdubs, though her instrumental identity tends to be more basically founded on piano and keyboards. Ultimately though it's the serene elegance of the single 'I Want Tomorrow' that suggests a wider range of song-writing talent. (Hot Press, Apr. 1987)
 
Also, you are invited to watch others Enya videos as Amarantine, And Winter Came, Anywhere Is, Book Of Days, Caribbean Blue, Evening Falls, How Can I Keep From Singing, It's In The Rain, My! My! Time Flies!, On My Way Home, Only If, Only Time, Orinoco Flow, Storms In Africa, The Celts, The Memory of Trees, Trains And Winter Rains, Wild Child, Aldebaran, I Want Tomorrow, March of the Celts, Deireadh an Tuath, The Sun in the Stream, To Go Beyond, Fairytale, Epona, Triad: St Patrick Cu Chulainn Oisin, Portrait, Boadicea, Bard Dance, Dan y Dwr, Journey of the Angels, White is in the Winter Night, O come, O come, Emmanuel, Dreams are More Precious, Last Time by Moonlight, One Toy Soldier, Stars and Midnight Blue, The Spirit of Christmas Past, Silent Night Oíche Chiúin (Chorale),