The Hunter
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Written by: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb,
            George Bitzer (1984)


Not many days when the summer is gone
and the water is dry.
The silence of war.
You can never go home.
You cannot ever go home.

So many lights in the heaven I saw
when the living were dead
and the mother instead
keeps her little boy warm,
keeping her little boy warm.

Fools never knowing
never knew which storm was blowing.
No one left to save the day.

Only nights last forever.
All the truth don't change my weather.
Let me live, let me hide away.

And all my world has torn apart.
No glow of love, no beating heart.
There is danger on the earth tonight.
And I'm alone.

When the hunter comes.
When the hunter comes.

Down from the cities and the valleys of woe,
and the rivers of blood,
and the army of souls.
They will never grow old.
Nor will they ever be cold.

So many nights with the love in my arms.
When I lay down beside you.
Who can tell when the moment is gone.
Never be over and done.

Fools never trying,
never knew which child was crying.
You're the reason for the rain.

It's the road that you followed.
Make it so, there's no tomorrow.
Only people are that insane.

And all my love is nothing more
than feelings that I had before.
There are strangers on the earth tonight.
And I'm alone.

When the hunter comes.
When the hunter comes.
When the hunter comes.

There'll be no return.
Should be die to learn.

When the hunter comes.

When the hunter comes.
When the hunter comes.
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