Blood, Sweat & Tears - Yesterday's Music Lyrics




Opened my eyes early this morning
Having found myself all alone
Sweet tasting midnight, still on my tongue
And a touch of tomorrow in my bones

Opened my eyes early this morning
And the whole round world was turning cold
Sweet tasting midnight, still on my tongue
Was it borrowed, was it bottled, was it stole

I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me

Well, opened my eyes early this morning
And I could not remember where I'd been
Sweet tasting midnight, still on my tongue
But I know I would do it all again

'Cause I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me

Someone belongs, someone belongs to everyone
Someone belongs, someone belongs to everyone
Someone belongs, someone belongs to everyone
Someone belongs, someone belongs to everyone

I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me

Sing the song with me
I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
(People tell me) Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me

I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me

I can still hear yesterday's music
It's the same old, same old melody
Someone belongs to everyone
And no-one belongs to me





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  1. Roman Picco

    Back in the days of really great music awesome band and great soulful voice

  2. George Grant

    There was a whole 1975 concert on Youtube and I saved it in my Favorites but today discovered it was removed...:( Why would anyone remove that? Does anyone among you guys have a link to the entire concert? Thanks in advance.

  3. George Grant

    PERFECTNESS!!!!!!!!!!

  4. boombabiesrrd

    This is a David Clayton-Thomas composition which he first recorded (in his 1st or 2nd solo album after leaving B, S & T) 2 to 3 years prior to his return to B, S & T in 1975. This time, the song features a horn arrangement among other "refinements".

  5. Harry S. Anchan

    This is their very best song, out of all the ones they have done. Should have been #1. Took out my Columbia 45 and gave it a play.

  6. Jessica J.

    Thanks for posting 😊

  7. pat1947100

    This is my favourite by this group.  Thanks for posting.