Genesis - The Chamber Of 32 Doors Lyrics




At the top of the stairs, their's hundreds of people,
running around to all the doors.
They try to find themselves an audience;
their deductions need applause.

The rich man stands in front of me,
The poor man behind my back.
They believe they can control the game,
but the juggler holds another pack.

I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
He'll smile through his guard,
Survival trains hard.
I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
He looks at you once, you know he understands,
Don't need any shield,
When you're out in the field.

But down here,
I'm so alone with my fear,
With everything that I hear.
And every single door, that I've walked through
Brings me back here again,
I've got to find my own way.

The priest and the magician,
Singing all the chants that they have ever heard;
They're all calling out my name,
Even academics, searching printed word.

My father to the left of me,
My mother to the right,
Like everyone else they'er pointing
But nowhere feels quite right.

And I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found,
There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound.
If I chose a side,
He won't take me for a ride.

Back inside
This chamber of so many doors;
I've nowhere to hide.
I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me,
Find a door
That doesn't lead me back again
-take me away.





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  1. Andre Binet

    Une époque musicale qui n'avait nul besoin de vidéo clip. Juste à écouter à un bon volume sonore sans être dérangé par autrui, les images surgissaient à l'esprit sans effort car la musique était vivante, inspirante et chaleureuse. De nos jours, on regarde la vidéo d'une chanson et ça donne très souvent l'envie de baisser le son. À l'époque, jamais je n'aurais songé un instant que ce serait aussi éphémère. Il ne faudrait surtout pas que cela tombe dans l'oubli.

  2. Bob Dijksen

    Seen it live in Amsterdam (Carré)

  3. Godspeed99

    That guitar intro makes me feel something i can't explain

  4. Donald Tramp

    At the top of the stairs, there's hundreds of people
    Running around to all the doors
    They try to find, find themselves an audience
    Their deductions need applause

    The rich man stands in front of me
    The poor man behind my back
    They believe they can control the game
    But the juggler holds another pack

    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust

    I'd rather trust a countryman than a town man
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can
    He'll smile through his guard
    Survival trains hard
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands
    He looks at you once, you know he understands
    Don't need any shield
    When you're out in the field

    But down here
    I'm so alone with my fear
    With everything that I hear
    And every single door, that I've walked through
    Brings me back, back here again
    I've got to find my own way


    The priest and the magician
    Singing all the chants that they have ever heard
    And they're all calling out my name
    Even academics, searching printed word

    My father to the left of me
    My mother to the right
    Like everyone else they're pointing
    But nowhere feels quite right

    And I need someone to believe in, someone to trust
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust

    I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found
    There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound
    If I choose a side
    He won't take me for a ride

    Back inside
    This chamber of so many doors;
    I've nowhere, nowhere to hide
    I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me
    Find a door
    That doesn't lead me back again
    Take me away

  5. Tobias Peter

    Propably one of the most beatiful songs ever

  6. Arthec A

    So émotionnal!
    Genius!

  7. S. Rathgeber

    To me this song was long Kind of "hidden" behind "The Carpet Crawlers". But now I found it.

  8. Mayer More

    Who are the 47 idiots that gave it thumbs down?

  9. A Sammler

    The first half of _Lamb Lies Down_ is like Genesis's best album -- more good stuff than you'll find anywhere else.


    This song is the start of the second half.

  10. Archangel Raphael

    the reason this album is genius? quite simply it is a narrative ... same reason crossing the Jordan with the master of words saint Peterson currently has the world listening hangin' on his every word ...

  11. Earth Pearl

    I think the lyric “I’d rather trust a man who doesn’t shout what he’s found. There’s no need to sell it when you’re homeward bound . . . “ may be referring to Werner Erhart, the founder of EST. The first training was around 1971 and the Lamb was released in 1975. Werner used to yell during the training to wake up the participants to the unconscious way they were living their lives. The fee for the training was around $500 US., not ot a small sum in the 70’s. The phrase, “I got it,” was part of the EST vocabulary.

  12. Tony Silva

    "I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me, find a door that doesn't lead me back again" great lyric's line ... take me away!

  13. Matteo Chiaruttini

    bellissimo

  14. Bob Merritt

    Oops listening to Pink Floyd and Genesis

  15. The Armchair Spaceman

    sooooooooo fucking profound.

  16. Brian Coffey

    38 dislikes must shout what they find.

  17. Karin Pupp

    For all love in Peter, this was the outcoming of phil. Congratulation. (?) schreibt man das so?

  18. Nicolas Dubois

    At the top of the stairs he finds a chamber. It is almost a hemisphere with a great many doors all the way round its circumference. There is a large crowd, huddled in various groups. From the shouting, Rael learns that there are 32 doors, but only one that leads out. Their voices get louder and louder until Rael screams "Shut up!" There is a momentary silence and then Rael finds himself the focus as they direct their advice and commands to their new found recruit. Bred on trash, fed on ash the jigsaw master has got to move faster. Rael sees a quiet corner and rushes to it.
    At the top of the stairs, there's hundreds of people,
    Running around to all the doors.
    They try to find, find themselves an audience;
    their deductions need applause.
    The rich man stands in front of me,
    The poor man behind my back.
    They believe they can control the game,
    But the juggler holds another pack.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He'll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,
    Don't need any shield,
    When you're out in the field.
    But down here,
    I'm so alone with my fear,
    With everything that I hear.
    And every single door, that I've walked through
    Brings me back here again,
    I've got to find my own way.
    The priest and the magician,
    Singing all the chants that they have ever heard;
    and they're all calling out my name,
    Even academics, searching printed word.
    My father to the left of me,
    My mother to the right,
    Like everyone else they're pointing
    But nowhere feels quite right.
    And I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found,
    There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound.
    If I choose a side,
    He won't take me for a ride.
    Back inside
    This chamber of so many doors;
    I've nowhere, nowhere to hide.
    I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me,
    Find a door
    That doesn't lead me back again
    Take me away.

  19. jose luis otero oliveira

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KSy3k85h9E&list=UUyAoN1n-DU6wstBEeEonUNQ&index=20

  20. jean marc delgery

    album génial et mythique ! la grande époque prog. dont on reste nostalgique quand même.

  21. nag tsanis

    i've been listening to this record for the past twenty years but still i don't know if i like it . is it normal ?

    misn Linc

    Something draws you

  22. Nick Burns

    Like Dark side of the moon, this album will be played in hundreds of years time, achingly good track from a masterpiece.

  23. XanAxDdu

    pazzeschi sempre over and over

  24. amir lavie

    There was a time when I discovered this Album and I felt that Peter Gabriel expresed my thoughts and emotions in this song. sometimes it brouht tear to my eyes. The knowledge that there is a man in the world that feels like me gave me strengh and comfort. many times like Peter Gabriel was my spiritual father.

  25. Marc Oliviéri

    cet album, c'est toute ma jeunesse, merci les gars pour votre génie et votre générosité someday u were on the earth u sung and… Maybe u saved my life /// la musique est un élan du cœur la technique le coup de pouce de dieu… Et nos oreilles l'écoutille de notre âme … Foxtrot trespass … i was happy to b here and to listen 2 U … ROCK

  26. David Ellis

    This was about as good as it could get for music. It seemed perfect for Peter to move on after this masterpiece. Worked out for all. This was Jeff Buckley's favorite album..

  27. Mark Outram

    I'm probably gonna get shot to f***ing pieces for this statement but overall I find 'The Lamb ...' a not very satisfactory listen. For me (apart from 1 or 2 other tracks on the album), this is the only one that stands up as a song in its own right. Genius.

  28. Leon thepro

    "I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,"
    Is probably one of my favorite lines from any song.

    Jon Clark

    Nearly... this was the catch for me... smitten after I heard this:

    I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He'll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.

    Lance Robert Hough

    I'd rather trust a countryman than a town man
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can
    He'll smile through his guard
    Survival trains hard
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands
    He looks at you once, you know he understands
    Don't need any shield
    When you're out in the field

    I wish I had lived this advice as a young man. My life would have been so much different. Better. Without such horrible betrayal and despair. But now. Now I am old.

  29. Adam Zsiros

    This song is above 'music'.

  30. Balsy Halsy

    🎼🎼 " I Need.. Someone to Believe In.. Someone To Trust"..🎶🎶🎤. Let me go...

  31. Grant Wazoo

    The lyrics are just breathtaking, so is the musicianship

  32. Virgil R

    I have this album somewhere...

  33. NightShift

    The intro alone is jaw-droppingly beautiful. Hackett and Banks play very well off each other.

  34. Giggybyte

    this is in pretty high quality for something that was uploaded in 2011. i think it sounds better than the 2007 stereo mix currently on spotify.

  35. Eloy G

    "I need someone to believe in, someone to trust" is without any doubt, one of the greatest phrases in rock history.

  36. Kruszakus

    A song to make a grown man cry.

  37. Henk Kromhout

    Dit is een van de beste composers ever ,thank you Henk kromhout!!!

  38. fibbo obbif

    The most important sentences nowadays:
    "I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He'll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,
    Don't need any shield,
    When you're out in the field."

  39. Victo Vikilandia

    That is the way it is.

  40. Juancarlos Solis

    Todos los que escuchamos GENESIS seguimos su evolucion. Y por mucho. The lamb lies down on Broadway. Es un album magico ..Inspirado y muy bien logrado...solo que la obra tuvo varias canciones que no correspondence Al nivel Armonico en rock progresivo...la segunda parte del segundo disco..Steve Hackett y. Tony banks Mike Rutherford. Querrian haber colaboramos y mejorado esas composiciones.

  41. Georgeos Younan

    At the top of the stairs he finds a chamber. It is almost a hemisphere with a great many doors all the way round its circumference. There is a large crowd, huddled in various groups. From the shouting, Rael learns that there are 32 doors, but only one that leads out. Their voices get louder and louder until Rael screams "Shut up!" There is a momentary silence and then Rael finds himself the focus as they direct their advice and commands to their new found recruit. Bred on trash, fed on ash the jigsaw master has got to move faster. Rael sees a quiet corner and rushes to it.
    At the top of the stairs, there's hundreds of people,
    Running around to all the doors.
    They try to find, find themselves an audience;
    their deductions need applause.
    The rich man stands in front of me,
    The poor man behind my back.
    They believe they can control the game,
    But the juggler holds another pack.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He'll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,
    Don't need any shield,
    When you're out in the field.
    But down here,
    I'm so alone with my fear,
    With everything that I hear.
    And every single door, that I've walked through
    Brings me back here again,
    I've got to find my own way.
    The priest and the magician,
    Singing all the chants that they have ever heard;
    and they're all calling out my name,
    Even academics, searching printed word.
    My father to the left of me,
    My mother to the right,
    Like everyone else they're pointing
    But nowhere feels quite right.
    And I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found,
    There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound.
    If I choose a side,
    He won't take me for a ride.
    Back inside
    This chamber of so many doors;
    I've nowhere, nowhere to hide.
    I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me,
    Find a door
    That doesn't lead me back again
    Take me away.

  42. josé weiter

    Après cet album fantastique et inégalé , ils ne furent plus que trois et firent de la merde

  43. Enzo Galli

    una delle canzoni più belle di questo meraviglioso gruppo del grande prog rock....GENESIS!!!!

    Sandro Petrozzi

    Io amo i Genesis -con Peter Gabriel- da una vita intera...Grandissimi!!!

  44. DStrem

    2018 Squad where you at? When will this be on iTunes or google music

  45. Comandante Narcos

    2:37 love this part of the song

  46. Soep Poes

    Everytime people tell me how great "The Wall" is as an album, I give them this album. Not that The Wall is bad. But this album beats it by miles and miles.

    martk fartkerson

    The Wall? Honestly, if you're going to pick a comparable Floyd album Wish You Were Here should be numero uno. Darkside even. But not the Wall, man, no. Not that I dislike the Wall as a MOVIE, but it is not that great of an album to sit back and chill with. Might as well enjoy your evening with Ummagumma.

    Masterchief 1

    Yes, you right

    The Armchair Spaceman

    way hey! aye, the wall falls in to ''pop'' status in the face of _rael_ prog rock.

    John Maylett

    Dead right mate

    paul allam

    Two entirely different entities. Pink floyd were on there own doing stuff: to which I love. There were yes; again wonderful! Jon Anderson and the band; Chris squire and Howe. Genesis were the band! My favourite

  47. Dominus Vobiscum

    At least 27 people on this earth have no soul.

    Jacobpet13

    36 like Nickleodeon!

  48. Reagan Laffite

    Considering they released this album in the early 70's,its just mind boggling,how Gabriel,Banks,Rutherford,Phil,Hackett put together this album...Genius.

  49. Donald Merriweather

    Best Genesis album

  50. Brandon O

    Gabriel singing from the heart. Underrated gabriel era genesis song.

  51. 42jwiener

    It amazes me sometimes how Peter Gabriel went from songs like this, Supper's Ready, Dancing with the Moonlit Knight, to songs like Shock the Monkey and In Your Eyes. I mean good for him but it's such a jump of genre.

    The Ban Man

    The music on this was mostly by Steve Hackett; Supper's Ready had contributions from all the band members; and Moonlit Knight was developed by a piano piece by Peter by rest of the band...

  52. Bryton Cherrier

    Truly one of the greatest songs Genesis ever did.

  53. Jacob Butler

    22 people are town men

  54. Dale Stroker

    I am so happy; so enthralled, that this album came along, and I opened its door.

  55. Alucard 14

    The priest and the magician...

  56. Webster Hunt

    That first 40 seconds tho!

  57. David G

    my father to the left of me my mother to the right. how much more do u want.. take me away

  58. Antonio Melillo

    excellent

  59. Kieron Bowker

    Just genius, The whole album. The soundtrack to a surreal show. Never truly equaled.

  60. David Vollmar

    Yes admittedly touches my soul to tears. Genius. The whole band.

  61. Steve Mccart

    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands

  62. José Eduardo Ribeiro

    simplesmente maravilhoso

  63. progtoeternity

    Tragically beautiful, undoubtly the best track of the album that pictures the deep chaos our lost hero struggles to escape from, in an imagery that defies the best ever done by poets and philosophers. A unique and unequalled piece of art rock.

  64. fantasy3510

    non vi mangiate la testa; il rock-prog fatto dai Genesis dal 1970 al 1975 non lo ascolteremo più da nessuno e da nessuna parte !!!

    Stefania Partini

    fantasy3510 Verissimo👍

    Lulic 71

    Triste verità, ma solo loro hanno comunque fatto questa musica

    silvio napoli

    siamo d'accordo. bene ha fatto Gabriel a lasciare la compagnia. specialmente dopo un album cosi, sfido chiunque altra band a fare di meglio

    Nunzio brc

    invece secondo me la separazione è stata un peccato. La sintonia fra Banks e Gabriel è bellissima e si sente che sono grandi amici. Dei veri HOMO FABER e in forma. Ho visto il concerto di Steve Hackett nel 2015 il quale ha riproposto tanti di questi brani nel modo più fedele possibile. I fan (della mia età poco + poco - , in visibilio). Nei testi c'è tantissima Divina Commedia. (Forse la studiano meglio gli Inglesi che noi).

  65. Alejandra García Trabucco

    "Take me away"...and he left. The voice sounds as sincere as it can get...wonderful PG.

  66. Terri Morrison

    " and ide give you all of my dream...if you'd help meee...find tha door that doesn't lead me back again...Take me away....shuu.. xoxo

  67. Antonio Dias

    this song along with "The cage" and "the carpet crawlers" are the best from this double album, almost all songs are good...but I believe if it were a single album it would be
    their best!! So Foxtrot and Selling England by the Pound are the best (IMHO)

    chippchipp1

    Replace "The Cage" with "The Lamia" and you're right, IMO

  68. Chris Moyer

    This album is a canonical example of how the (incredible) talents of the individuals become so much more as the group than as the parts. I rarely listen to nostalgic music but make exception for works such as this.

  69. Juancarlos Solis

    adecuada para estos tiempos de confusión en el ámbito moral económico y en gral un laberinto

  70. Brett Schneider

    11 people don't get it

  71. Mark Darnell

    probably my favorite song on The Lamb. Gabriel poured his soul into this! It reminds me a bit of The Band ...soulful & real. Hackett and Collins are fine too, and that awesome Mellotron at the beginning! - Jesus!

  72. David Rollo

    What a Masterpiece. Genesis at their Very Best. This song is so good, and tack sharp, from front to back.

    David Rollo

    As is the whole album.

    Pat HEH

    Agree and Very surprised Tony Banks didn't really like the Lamb Album.

  73. Kevin Mcnamara

    Survival trains hard(this whole album uhhhhh amazing)

  74. Mike Mustang

    Is it me or did anything Gabriel do after this compare? With Genesis he was on the verge of being another Waters.

    jsvkia1

    MIKE MUSTANG Absolutely, had he stayed with Genesis he could have taken them to another level than the Phil era, of course Roger is on a league of his own, but man I wish Peter would have stayed.

    blabbermouth777

    MIKE MUSTANG I love Pink Floyd and Waters is a genius but if Waters was a Gabriel for a day that would be a brilliant day for Waters.

    tadster94

    Not to take anything away from Gabriel. He's not one of my personal favorite musicians but I do have respect for him as an artist and he made some pretty good music. But like all great, classic bands, every member made this band as big and special as it was. I like the direction Phil Collins took the band after Peter left. I personally prefer Phil Collins over Peter Gabriel though.

    Mike Mustang

    Collins did not dictate the direction, that was Mike And Tony but certainly his voice was the vehicle for the success to follow, it's all good!

  75. VideoSuperMaster

    This whole album is a work of genius. Just pure genius.

    Ben Sutton

    Lyrics are corny but quality of emotion production and arrangement quite marvelous

    Simpatico band

    So great

    Geoffrey Jonathan Wilson

    I agree !!! A prog masterpiece the album is!!!

    stephen murray

    It is fuckin brilliant l have seen it live

  76. Steven Newton

    Gabrial's voice has never been better

  77. Gabriel Palacios

    I cry with that song

    elbay2

    You should; it's actually a very poignant song.

    david dansereau

    After all these many years, I have lost the joy/blast of this wonderful masterpiece.
    I have to listen again!!

    José Eduardo Ribeiro

    somos dois

    Bones in Space

    You're not the only one who cries with this...

  78. sandro cantini

    per me ci sono 2 band distinte ci sono i genesis quelli veri da trespass a the lamb ai genesis quelli più' pop e commerciali che iniziano da abacab in poi e nel mezzo i genesis sempre quelli più' pop che pero' hanno fatto buoni album da wind and wuthering a due

  79. Mic Fatus

    Prends la porte, mais la bonne !

  80. James Kovacic

    That half-time bridge with the piano starting at "I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman" always reminds me of a song by The Who. I'm not sure which one it is, though

    John Saunders

    Behind blue eyes, maybe?

    Demon Dethchase

    I feel with that bit as well with the bells it reminds me of the bells at the end of Supper

    Bill Atkin

    John Saunders - I think you're right! It DOES sound a bit like 'Behind Blue Eyes'.

    Bill Atkin

    @John Saunders I think you're right! It DOES sound a bit like Behind Blue Eyes.
    It matches quite well with the melody for 'Nobody knows what it's like etc...'

    Keith AtWork

    @ThatFaceMelter94 That's it exactly. You've pinned it on the nose. Someone get ThatFaceMelter94 a burrito, you've earned it!

  81. FeatherInPhilly

    When I began to have doubts about the beliefs that society and my family had instilled in me, this song set me free. This album was a liberating force in my life and I will cherish it always. Well done, gents.

    halcyon289

    Indeed. keep seeking. John 14 : 6

    Smilthy

    FeatherInPhilly I love that you shared this. It helps me so much right now as I am going through a passage full of confusion and dispair. thank you

  82. Carlos Mendez

    i need someone to believe in ...someone to trust...

  83. Harry Baran

    Amazing Lyrics.

  84. Frank Grail

    The most emotional performance Peter Gabriel ever gave as a member of Genesis.

    Stephen Lisson

    EMOTIONAL!!!!! You should have seen them do this album live. Pete's emotion was so powerful. They had these barriers at Maple Leaf Gardens, in Toronto, to separate the front row of the floor seats and the stage. MY GOD!!!!! didn't Peter get on these flimsy barriers and start to rock back and forth and belt out this song and In the Cage. WOW!!!!! to say the least, the crowd was mesmerized.

  85. Paul Osinski

    I think they all thought Peter had too much influence on the album. The other band members felt like it was more Peter's album and not as much theirs.

  86. lesclaypool0727

    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

  87. james rimmer

    Jafgr. Take me away!.

  88. Black Space

    Me resulta muy difícil imaginar cuales son los gustos musicales de la gente que puso pulgar abajo en este tema.

    Diego Ojeda

    Es de no creer, un tema simplemente a otro nivel. Una de las mejores bandas de la historia haciendo uno de los mejores y más fascinantes discos jamás creados.

    Juan Bosco García Lozano

    No se hizo la miel para la boca del asno

  89. Gert-Jan Monteny

    The Genesis band members seem not at all satisfied with The Lamb. Don't understand why. It's a historical and epic masterpiece (in my view).

    Mark Wilde

    Mike Rutherford was dissing his playing on fly on a windshield, the atmosphere as that solo kicks in is fucking epic!

    XanAxDdu

    they wanted to do it more, maybe possible, but also please the most ambitious concept album ever made couldnt be more, you have to accept limits. selling england remains not defeatable, nor a trick of the tail was less perfect

    Nefersguy

    @Michèle G. Satanic?? Are you nuts?

    Mad Jack MacMad

    God Always holds 'the pack' The rich man may have money, the poor man his ideology. I was once financially 'rich. I am 'poor' now. The song is a work of genius. We may think we are privileged. But such can be taken in a whim.

    gzaq

    Watch the 2007 reissue interview with the band. They had no idea what it was all about.

  90. Raellives

    Beautiful from the first note to the last!!

  91. rubens gonzales

    gosto muito , muito desse som. Esse disco todo é muito bom

    rubens gonzales

    rss rapaz vc é fogo hein kkkk. gosta de musicas do p.collins e não gosta de wakeman. é dificil. gosto é gosto. mas rick wakeman tem pouco mesmo. mas viagem ao centor da terra foimum marco, inegável.até porque o lançamento foi no brazil
    viu que o motorhead master morreu ?

    Igor Maxwel

    @rubens gonzales Viagem ao Centro da Terra é a visão absurda que Wakeman teve ao ilustrar um "conto de fadas quase desconhecido" com o apoio de uma orquestra fanfarrista. Eu não vejo graça neste álbum por isso. E sobre o cara do Motorhead, sim, eu vi as manchetes, o líder Lemmy morreu. Infelizmente...

    rubens gonzales

    o conto de fadas é do julio verne. viagem ao centro da terra é bem conhecido em todo mundo seja em filme ou desenho.mas respeito sua opinião, embora não concordo com ela

    Igor Maxwel

    @rubens gonzales Tudo bem! Foi um prazer trocar idéias com você! Até a próxima, amigo!

  92. Joe Cool

    I need someone to believe in, Someone to trust.

    Spud Davenport

    still applies :/

    The Armchair Spaceman

    don't we all?

    paul allam

    Joe Cool I’d rather trust a country man, than a town man x

  93. Joe Cool

    What an amazing piece of music.

  94. a shearsman of sorts

    The Chamber of 32 Doors
    At the top of the stairs, their's hundreds of people,
    running around to all the doors.
    They try to find themselves an audience;
    their deductions need applause.

    The rich man stands in front of me,
    The poor man behind my back.
    They believe they can control the game,
    but the juggler holds another pack.

    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

    I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He'll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.
    I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,
    Don't need any shield,
    When you're out in the field.

    But down here,
    I'm so alone with my fear,
    With everything that I hear.
    And every single door, that I've walked through
    Brings me back here again,
    I've got to find my own way.

    The priest and the magician,
    Singing all the chants that they have ever heard;
    They're all calling out my name,
    Even academics, searching printed word.

    My father to the left of me,
    My mother to the right,
    Like everyone else they'er pointing
    But nowhere feels quite right.

    And I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
    I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

    I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found,
    There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound.
    If I chose a side,
    He won't take me for a ride.

    Back inside
    This chamber of so many doors;
    I've nowhere to hide.
    I'd give you all of my dreams, if you'd help me,
    Find a door
    That doesn't lead me back again
    -take me away

    Alfredo Alois

    Bella...............ciao cugino.........fate un viaggio qui da noi?

    a shearsman of sorts

    @Alfredo Alois spero prestissimo! :)

  95. Jellybeantiger

    When I get depression,I play this like now.

    Aart

    @Jellybeantiger That's what I'm doing as we speak :l

    Emanuel Barrios

    @Aart joining the club :/

    misn Linc

    New thoughts to focus on. Adopt. Replace. As I rewrite my thoughts that aren't helpful

  96. Francisco Carrera

    Wonderful song, great lyrics... Brilliant creation!, enjoy this beauty...

    Diego Santibañez

    el mejor genesis en su madurez dos años despues en esta gira peter gabriel en un pueblito de Francia les dijo Adios a Genesis

    Francisco Carrera

    @Diego Santibañez Buenos, buenos, buenos.
    La mejor época de estos cabros...