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"Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)" (手をとりあって Te o Toriatte) is a song by Queen from their 1976 album A Day at the Races. Written by guitarist Brian May, it is the closing track on the album.

Teo Torriate
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Single by Queen from A Day At the Races
Released 25 March 1977 (Japan)
Recorded July - November 1976 at The Manor, Oxfordshire and Sarm West Studios, London
Length 5:55 (album)
4:55 (single)
Genre Baroque rock
Label Elektra
Writer Brian May
B-side Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
Lyrics



LyricsEdit

When I'm gone
No need to wonder if I ever think of you
The same moon shines
The same wind blows
For both of us, and time is but a paper moon...
Be not gone

Though I'm gone
It's just as though I hold the flower that touches you
A new life grows
The blossom knows
There's no one else could warm my heart as much as you...
Be not gone

Let us cling together as the years go by
Oh my love, my love
In the quiet of the night
Let our candle always burn
Let us never lose the lessons we have learned

Teo torriatte konomama iko
Aisuruhito yo
Shizukana yoi ni
Hikario tomoshi
Itoshiki oshieo idaki

Hear my song
Still think of me the way you've come to think of me
The nights grow long
But dreams live on
Just close your pretty eyes and you can be with me...
Dream on

Teo torriatte konomama iko
Aisuruhito yo
Shizukana yoi ni
Hikario tomoshi
Itoshiki oshieo idaki

When I'm gone
They'll say we're all fools and we don't understand
Oh be strong
Don't turn your heart
We're all
You're all
For all
For always

Let us cling together as the years go by
Oh my love, my love
In the quiet of the night
Let our candle always burn
Let us never lose the lessons we have learned

In popular cultureEdit

The song appeared in several Films including 2009, Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva.

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