The Glory

Artist: The Cranberries
Released on: Something Else (Track #2)
Length: 5:14

LYRICS

Could you come over, could you come o-over?
I’m feeling blue, what will you do?
You could come o-over, you could come o-over
I’m feeling bad, I’m feeling sad

Then I see the rose, I see the glory in your eyes
And winter comes, and then it snows, I see the glory in your eyes
I’m feeling lost, I see the rose, I see the glory in your eyes
And winter comes, and then it snows, I see the glory in your eyes
In your eeeyes, in your eeeyes
(In your eeeyes, in your eeeyes)

Do you remember, late in September?
The banshee cries, when someone dies
Sleeping in silence, why am I dreaming?
It’s all in my mind, the beauty I find

Lost, I see the rose, I see the glory in your eyes
And winter comes, and then it snows, I see the glory in your eyes
I’m feeling lost, I see the rose, I see the glory in your eyes
And winter comes, and then is snows, I see the glory in your eyes
In your eyes, in your eeeyes
In your eyes, in your eeee-e-e-eyes

A-a-a-a a-a-a-a-a-a-a
A-a-aaa a-a-aaa a-a-a-aa-a-a
A-a-aaa a-a-aaa a-a-a-aa-a-a
A-a-aaa a-a-aaa a-a-a-aa-a-a

CREDIT INFORMATION

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MEANING

Dolores mentioned in the album press release that, when she wrote The Glory, she “was trying to think about the fact that there’s always hope, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel no matter how dark life can get. It can be difficult at times but you have to search for the light and the positive in things.”

NOTES

  • The song was written by Dolores in The Irish Chamber Orchestra’s rehearsal rooms at the University or Limerick.

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