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I Saw The Light
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Todd Rundgren

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It was late last night
I was feeling something wasn't right
There was not another soul in sight
Only you, only you
So we walked along, though I knew that there was something wrong
And a feeling hit me oh so strong about you
Then you gazed up at me and the answer was plain to see
'Cause I saw the light in your eyes

Though we had our fling
I just never would suspect a thing
Till that little bell began to ring in my head
In my head
But I tried to run, though I knew it wouldn't help me none
'Cause I couldn't ever love no one, or so I said
But my feelings for you were just something I never knew
Till I saw the light in your eyes

But I love you best
It's not something that I say in jest (ha ha)
Cause you're different, girl, from all the rest
In my eyes
And I ran out before but I won't do it anymore
Can't you see the light in my eyes

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Performance #1:
Date Performance 1978-00-00
Performers Todd Rundgren (Vocals), Todd Rundgren (Guitar), Mark (Moogy) Klingman (Keyboards), John Siegler (Bass), John/Jon (Jamin' Willie) Wilcox (Drums), Greg Geddes (Background Vocals), Bobby Sedita (Background Vocals), Norman D. Smart (Drums), Larry Tasse (Background Vocals), Ralph Shuckett (Organ)
CommentsPart 4 of the "Medley". Total running time of track is 11:09
Appears On
Back To The Bars (1978)
Todd Rundgren
Performance #2:
Date Performance 1972-00-00
Running Time 2:59
Performers Todd Rundgren (All Voices By), Todd Rundgren (All Instruments By), James Lowe (Engineering By), John Lee (Occasional Engineering Assist By), Dan Turbeville (Vocals Recorded By)
CommentsRecorded at I.D. Sound, Los Angeles. Most vocals recorded at The Record Plant, N.Y. The remaining vocals and mixing was done at Bearsville. Todd Rundgren: "If there's a single on this album, this is it, so I put it first like at Mowtown. Dedicated to Paul Fishkin, the man with the 45RPM ears (but still no woman)"
Appears On
Something/Anything? (1972)
Todd Rundgren

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2009-01-08