Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Carry On / Questions




Carry On is the first song on the album Déjà Vu, by the recording act Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young. Written by Stephen Stills, this song was released as the B-side of Teach Your Children, and went on to receive steady airplay of its own from AOR radio stations


The song was also an inspiration for Led Zeppelin, whose track Friends on Led Zeppelin III is generally seen as being inspired by it, including a nearly identical slack-stringed C-tuned acoustic opening.




Lyrics


One morning I woke up and I knew

You were really gone

A new day, a new way, and new eyes

To see the dawn.

Go your way, I'll go mine and

Carry on


The sky is clearing and the night

Has cried enough

The sun, he come, the world

To soften up

Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice but

To carry on


The fortunes of fables are able

To sing the song

Now witness the quickness with which

We get along

To sing the blues you've got to live the dues and

Carry on


Carry on

Love is coming

Love is coming to us all


Where are you going now my love?

Where will you be tomorrow?

Will you bring me happiness?

Will you bring me sorrow?

Oh, the questions of a thousand dreams

What you do and what you see

Lover can you talk to me?


Girl when I was on my own

Chasing you down

What was it made you run?

Trying your best just to get around.

The questions of a thousand dreams

What you do and what you see

Lover can you talk to me?


Writer/s: STILLS, STEPHEN





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