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The Police : Invisible Sun. Rock, United-Kingdom (1981 - A And M Records) Dowiedz się więcej. 1. INVISIBLE SUN. I don't want to spend the rest of my life Looking at the barrel of an armalite I don't want to spend the rest of my days Keeping out of trouble like the soldiers say I don't want to spend my time in hell Looking at the walls of a prison cell I don't ever want to play the. part Of a statistic on a government chart. There has to be an invisible sun It gives its heat to everyone There has to be an invisible sun It gives us hope when the whole day's done

The Police is a self-titled compilation album released by The Police on June 5, 2007, to accompany their reunion tour. It contains 28 tracks over two discs, a mixture of hit singles and fan favourites. All the singles are included, with the exception of "Secret Journey" and '"Don't Stand So Close to Me '86" (however, the original version of the song is included).

Invisible Sun" is a hit single by rock group The Police, released in 1981. The song is about the tensions in Northern Ireland. It was the first single to be released in the United Kingdom from the album Ghost in the Machine and it reached number 2 in the charts.

Album: Ghost in the Machine (1981). Charted: 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Sting explained in Lyrics By Sting: "'Invisible Sun' is a dark, brooding song about the lurking violence of those streets, patrolled by armored cars, haunted by fear and suspicion, and wounds that would take generations to heal. I'm happy that the glimmer of hope in the song's title was somewhat prophetic and pray that the sectarian violence that destroyed so many lives is well and truly over. Sting's wife Frances Tomelty is from Belfast, where this song takes place.

Invisible Sun" is a hit single by rock group The Police, released in September 1981. Sting wrote "Invisible Sun" as a message to the Irish while visiting there. I actually wrote the song in Ireland, where I was living at the time. It was during the hunger strikes in Belfast. I wanted to write about that but I wanted to show some light at the end of the tunnel. I do think there has to be an 'invisible sun'. You can't always see it, but there has to be something radiating light into our lives.

Album: Ghost in the Machine. Translations: Croatian, French, Ukrainian. A A. I don't want to spend the rest of my life. Looking at the barrel of an Armalite. I don't want to spend the rest of my days. There has to be an invisible sun. That gives us hope when the whole day's done. It's dark all day and it glows all night.

The Police ‎– Invisible Sun. Genre: Rock, Pop. Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave. referencing Invisible Sun, 7", Single, AMS 8164. So I finally got a copy of the UK 7" today, because of its B-side Shambelle. Its track length is set at 5:42 vs 5:06 on the US release and 5:01 on the Message 90's box. Turns out that the UK copy has its track length misprinted and it has the same length as the US one. Only the box set version is indeed slightly shorter as it is missing the hi-hat intro (never released digitally so far). Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

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