Neil Young - Love To Burn Lyrics




Late one night I was walking
in the valley of hearts.
A spirit came to me and said:
You gotta move to start
You gotta take the first step
You gotta crawl to be tall
And then she me told something,
something that
I'll never forget.

You got love to burn.
You better
take your chance on love.
You got to let your guard down
You better take a chance,
A chance on love.
Take chance on love
On love.

In the valley of hearts there's
a house full of broken windows
And the lovers inside just
quarrel all the time
Why'd you ruin my life?
Where you takin' my kid?
And they hold each other saying:
How did it come to this?

You got love to burn.
You better take your chance
on love.
You got to let your guard down
You better take a chance,
A chance on love.
Take chance on love
On love.

Late one night I was walking
in the valley of hearts.
A spirit came to me and said:
You gotta move to start
You gotta take the first step
You gotta crawl to be tall
And then she me told something,
something that
I'll never forget.





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  1. Anke Unruh

    foaming guitar better than Hendrix, lyrics so easy and clear, better than Dylan, the very best of Rock...

  2. Peter

    I became acquainted with Neil Young and Crazy Horse one night while laying on the couch of my first student house back in 1996. The local dealer had this record or rather the original but it had got warped in a fire. We had an old time stereo with the heaviest arm ever. One of the best nights ever a few smokes and some fine Neil Young was an eye opener for a slightly tunnel visioned metal head respect to Digger apart of all the Hash this was the best thing u done lad ;p

  3. Pied Piper

    If Neil can't make you cry now and then, well, I don't know about you.

    Gary Brinker

    Some of his stuff can make you cry and laugh in the same song..

  4. Ronnie

    Neil does not sell gigantic amounts of music like the great icons of todays music (lol), but he has a devoted fan base, and I'm glad to be one of his fans. Been a devotee since 1970, when I discovered "After The Goldrush" on FM radio.

  5. carlos esteban lopez maldonado

    A good pair of speakers , lots of beer and a joint , and Mr. Neil , what else...

  6. REMMY MAFIA

    "you gotta move to start" What a lyric.

  7. Radek Duda

    I love to burn

  8. Alejandro Aguilar

    All. Burn but to died but the rock never over

  9. Pazzo Redento

    Neil IS God!

  10. Alejandro Aguilar

    When am listening to neil young a go fly to was pas

  11. Cody Eynon

    Fuckin' rocks!

  12. Chris Hartman

    I've listened to Neil Young since 1980. His acoustic and electric guitars are equally powerful when paired with that amazing songwriting.

    Geoffrey Darcy

    Gee , you're a newcomer. Welcome to ecstasy.

  13. Propjoe10

    Long live the great Uncle Neil!

  14. Raymond Dobos

    Ah per Chance or Chaunce hmm

  15. Jeffrey Beshears

    I'm trying to Neil. It hurts to get hurt. Thanks for this to be emotionally naked

  16. chuck finley

    to show how great Neil Young is, listen to the live version of this from Weld. incredible.

    Yan Ficker Ruiz

    I prefer tho show Arc

    Bio-plasmic Toad

    Yes it's incredible, blows your socks off.

  17. cagri o

    "Classic grinder from the Godfather of Grunge."
    solid description

    REMMY MAFIA

    A 'grinder' is an apt description. No one can play so consistently well (technically) through so many performances (over a half century folks, think about that for a moment....he's one of the four on the Mt. Rushmore of Rock n' Roll, without a doubt. He can write, sing, play and compose/arrange, all incredibly well. The only other that does all four as well or close to as well is Sir Paul.

  18. Gros Bec

    God has a name ... and he's Young forever

    Bruno Salvaing

    Forever young!
    Ce mec est génial !

  19. Tony Sharples

    Neil Young is a unique guitarist and song writer, a legend. Grunge has nothing to do with him, it's just a word given to artistes mainly Nirvana and Pearl Jam, excellent in their own right.

    Robert

    Tony Sharples true that except he was "formally" adopted as grunge's grandfather. rather well deserved I believe.

    VivaZeBone

    I do agree Tony Sharples, but if the young generation wanted to acknowledge their master then I think it's an honour he well deserves. To have a genre nod in admiration, as opposed to just an artist or band.....that's an accomplishment, and Neil Young deserves it as he is superb in every way.

  20. Fred Fat

    it started with cowgirl in the sand and just got better

  21. Shawn McCarthy

    Neil Young is in a class all alone.From ragged glory to weld 1&2 to harvest moon.Not to mention live rust.He is notboring to watch either he be playing so hard strings are busting off his guitar.Truely multi talented very cool music.

    Amerigo De Agostini

    Punjabiiiii

    Gary Brinker

    And great film work like 'Greendale'.&'JourneyThruThePast'.

  22. Neil Cole ABQ

    Time flies when you're listening to Neil Young.

    VivaZeBone

    Tell me about it. It was Christmas when I got on this session...

    giancarlo mura

    I do agree

    Wankshaftsbury

    Well, it's ten minutes long, so it doesn't fly that much!

    Geoffrey Darcy

    4:52 in the am , I see your point .

    Geoffrey Darcy

    Binging .

  23. Blackscorpion1963

    Best audio!

    Charles Morgan Jr

    Blackscorpion1963 o ya

  24. Roodoo Zefreak

    He played that one yesterday in Lyon <3

  25. Sully Dunn

    I feel like Neil almost has a cultish fan base. His fans all seem to have different parts of his career that speak directly to them.

    Marek Pocestný

    I think the 90s is his best era - Harvest Moon, Sleeps with Angels, Year of the Horse.. deep stuff

    Luke

    Yes Marek, definitely, for sure.

    Gary Simmons

    Marek Pocestný
    Yeah I totally agree. And having lived through them I remember seeing the Horse in 91 and they were awesome!

    Tom Hollis

    I like a lot of different Neil. I particularly love Ragged Glory. It definitely speaks directly to me. I still remember buying it when it came out.

  26. petergorm

    Love it! Some years ago my friend really didn't like Neil Yong. I made a compilation of my favorite Neil Young and gave it to my friend. He loved it after a few times. He is a huge fan of Neil Young today. Ofcourse; )

    rabure

    With all what he did, there are many song where to start

  27. marcedo16 hg

    Em - G- A - G.

    Howard Seth

    And all those harmonics

  28. Jesse Quay

    so good.

  29. Ivan Shipy

    I can now play this on acoustic great little number this

  30. Howard Seth

    Addictive.

  31. toby twirl

    if you like this try the album zuma

  32. toby twirl

    love these long Niel Young instumentals

  33. manoftheworld1000

    Just fuckin' greeeaaattt!!!

  34. stillerfan69

    what an arrogant fool I am (was). thought last of the Neil Young fans.
    thank you Gangster "boy scout" ?

  35. November Rains

    I listened to this song today, trying to convince myself to get rid of the anger and to learn to feel love again.

    Then I saw the Bridge set from September, and you got me all worked up again about the planet. And now I'm mad again.

    Some might call it bi-polar.
    Some might call it passion.

    Either way, at least we got some songs.
    Would you like me to say for the billionth time what a "great songwriter" you are?

    Wouldn't you rather hear them using their efforts to help you cause change?