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On Hyndford Street - Van Morrison - Hymns To The Silence

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  1. Vobei

    On Hyndford Street where you could feel the silence At half past eleven on long summer nights As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg And the voices whispered across Beechie River And in the quietness we sank into restful slumber in silence And carried on dreaming in God.
  2. Daitilar

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hymns to the Silence - Van Morrison on AllMusic - - Morrison's best album of the '90s still casually 7/
  3. Vudolmaran

    On Hyndford Street Lyrics: Take me back, take me way, way, way back / On Hyndford Street / Where you could feel the silence at half past eleven / On long summer nights / As the wireless played Radio.
  4. JoJokazahn

    The real heart of the album is Van's evocation of his childhood in lyrics and arrangements that capture the joys of discovering rock & roll while growing up in Belfast amid that city's conflicting passions. There are several high points for connoisseurs of his stream-of-consciousness lyrical rambles, notably "On Hyndford Street" and "Take Me Back.".
  5. Zulujas

    Hymns to the Silence is a particularly ambitious move on Morrison’s part, a double album of mostly original material that follows his most recent album, the excellent Enlightenment, by less than.
  6. Kazrasar

    Watch the video for On Hyndford Street from Van Morrison's Hymns to the Silence for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Torr

    Lyrics to 'On Hyndford Street' by Van Morrison. Take me back, take me way, way, way back On Hyndford Street Where you could feel the silence at half past eleven On long summer nights As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg.

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