Shoulder to the Wheel
Bel Canto Lyrics

You're conquered and your blood is pounding
In your ears
But you're doing fine
Find the broken pieces and then start anew
You make yourself believe that you did
Something right
You're denying your only wish
By forgetting your promises
Once and for all
And for ever more
If you finally reach your aim
You will never be able to
Gain back the time you lost between
You're trying hard to reconstruct your image
And you're doing right
But I think that you will always stay like this
When you put your idle shoulder to the wheel

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Sophie Anne

I was a fan of Bel Canto in 1990 when i was 18 old. Today, magic and emotions are the same ! Wonderful songs, awesome voices and magical atmosphere ♥

Sabine Becker

We two have the same age and feelings! One of my all time favourites!

Kenneth T.

Well said!!! For me it's a bit the same.

Brenda Blackhalo

One of my fave songs for a long time. I used to spin this track all the time when I was still DJ'ing at our local "goth bar"...I had NO idea that there was a video for it tho. OMG, hearing this again has left me in tears...totally awesome song.

Minas Tirith

one of the most beautiful songs i've ever had the honour to listen to...


Why have I never heard of these people? This is amazing.

Ken David

At least you found it!!I still think imo Unicorn is Bel Canto's crowning Achievement


i used to play them on my college radio show in San Luis Obispo, Californa. They are fantastic

Michael Giovannelli

Back in early 1990s I came across this album in a library. I feel in awe immediately. Without the internet, I never knew much about this group and thought there is no one else in Ohio who knows this group. Years went by, and I kept playing this album. Great album! My favorite song from it.

Ger Dik

The bigger the miracle, the smaller the audience. . .

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