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Bright blue weeping
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Bright Blue is a sporadic South African band that was prominent on the progressive scene in In , "Weeping" was voted the "All-time favourite South African song" in a poll by SA Rock Digest/Amuzine. The Radio Rats' hit, "ZX Dan", Musicians - Notes. "Weeping" is an anti-apartheid protest song written by Dan Heymann in the mid- s, and first recorded by Heymann and the South African group Bright Blue. Weeping Lyrics: I knew a man who lived in fear / It was huge, it was angry, it was drawing near / Behind his house, a secret place / Was the shadow of the demon.
Here are the Weeping lyrics written by Dan Heymann. Click here to read about the development of "Weeping" Click here to see the story of Bright Blue. Weeping, The South African Anti-Apartheid Protest Song To see the original video of "Weeping" (recorded by Bright Blue, video directed by Nic Hofmeyr, and . Weeping – Bright Blue (It wasn't Rory it was Wi Ping) From the first dramatic drum beat to the sax laden fade via the neatly woven riff from Nkosi.
Bright Blue Weeping lyrics: I knew a man who lived in fear / It was huge, it was angry, it was draw. South African band, Bright Blue released the anti-apartheid song “Weeping” in Censorship in those days was fierce and song-writers had.