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On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

LYRIC

(Verse)
Could anyone among us
Have an inkling or a clue
What magic feats of wizardry
And voodoo you can do?

And who would ever guess
What powers you possess
And who would have the sense to change his view?
And start to mind his ESPs and Qs?

For who would ever dream
Of hearing phones before they ring
Or ordering the Earth
To send you up a little spring?
Or finding you've been crowned
The queen of lost and found
And who would not be stunned to see you prove
There's more to us than surgeons can remove?

(Pre-Chorus)
So much more than we ever knew
So much more we were born to do
Should you draw back the curtain
This I am certain
You'll be impressed with you

(Chorus)
On a clear day
Rise and look around you
And you'll see who
You are

On a clear day
How it will astound you
That the glow of your being
Outshines every star

You'll feel part of
Every mountain, sea, and shore
You can hear
From far and near
A world you've never heard before
And on a clear day
On that clear day
You can see forever
And ever
And evermore

(Instrumental break)

You'll feel part of
Every mountain, sea, and shore
You can hear
From far and near
A world you've never heard before

And on a clear day
On that clear day
You can see forever
And ever
And ever
And evermore

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About "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"

This is the title song for the 1965 Broadway musical. It was written for John Cullum as a hypnotherapist counseling a patient who has ESP.

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