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Nicosia International Airport 2007. Fotini & [email protected] ...& the Cyprus Avenue. Press enter or space for next. Music by: Van Morrison Song: Cypr us Ave nue LP: Astral Weeks 1968. 'Cyprus Avenue' a street in Belfast. Van Morrison - Cypr us Ave nue. Cyprus Avenue

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Nicosia international airport 2007

Nicosia International Airport 2007...

Fotini& [email protected]

...& the Cyprus Avenue

Press enter or space for next


Music by van morrison song cypr us ave nue lp astral weeks 1968

Music by: Van Morrison Song:Cyprus AvenueLP: Astral Weeks 1968

'Cyprus Avenue'

a street in Belfast


Van morrison cypr us ave nue

Van Morrison - Cyprus Avenue

Cyprus Avenue

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"Cyprus Avenue" is a song written by Van Morrison and included on his 1968 album Astral Weeks.

In Van Morrison's words, 'Cyprus Avenue' is about "a street in Belfast, a place where there's a lot of wealth. It wasn't far from where I was brought up and it was a very different scene. To me it was a very mystical place. It was a whole avenue lined with trees and I found it a place where I could think."[1]

Brian Hinton, one of Morrison's biographers, describes the song thus: "This is a song about being trapped, 'conquered in a car seat', and reduced to tortured silence, just like in (the song) TB Sheets. The need for innocence in the earlier song is now equated to going crazy though the vision which then unfolds is out of time, and sexless. His dream lady in her antique carriage is only fourteen years old. Van's singing is totally possessed, moving from choked desire to exultation to hushed wonder

  • And Im caught one more timeUp on cyprus avenueAnd Im caught one more timeUp on cyprus avenueAnd Im conquered in a car seatNot a thing that I can doI may go crazyBefore that mansion on the hillI may go crazyBefore that mansion on the hillBut my heart keeps beating fasterAnd my feet cant keep stillAnd all the little girls rhyme somethingOn the way back home from schoolAnd all the little girls rhyme somethingOn the way back home from schoolAnd the leaves fall one by one by one by oneCall the autumn time a foolYeah baby my tongue gets tiedEvery every every time I try to speakMy tongue gets tiedEvery time I try to speakAnd my inside shakes just like a leaf on a treeI think Ill go on by the river with my cherry cherry wineI believe Ill go walking by the railroad with my cherry cherry wineIf I pass the rumbling station where the lonesome engine drivers pine…

…and wait a minute, yonder comes my ladyRainbow ribbons in her hairYonder comes my ladyRainbow ribbons in her hairSix white horses and a carriageShes returning from the fairBaby, baby, babyAnd if Im caught one more timeUp on cyprus avenueAnd if Im caught one more timeUp on cyprus avenueAnd Im conquered in a car seatAnd Im looking straight at youWay up on, way up on, way up on....The avenue of treesKeep walking downIn the wind and the rain, darlingYou keep walking down when the sun shone through the treesNobody, no, no, no, nobody stops me from loving you babySo young and bold, fourteen years oldBaby, baby, baby...Ooooh-ee


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Nicosia International Airport 2007...

Fotini& [email protected]

...& the Cyprus Avenue


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