Sun Is Still Shining

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"Sun Is Still Shining"
Song by The Moody Blues from the album To Our Children's Children's Children
Released 21 November 1969
Recorded July 1969
Length 3:35
Label Threshold Records
Writer Mike Pinder
Producer Tony Clarke
To Our Children's Children's Children track listing
Side one
  1. "Higher and Higher"
  2. "Eyes of a Child I"
  3. "Floating"
  4. "Eyes of a Child II"
  5. "I Never Thought I'd Live to be a Hundred"
  6. "Beyond"
  7. "Out and In"
Side two
  1. "Gypsy (Of a Strange and Distant Time)"
  2. "Eternity Road"
  3. "Candle of Life"
  4. "Sun is Still Shining"
  5. "I Never Thought I'd Live to be a Million"
  6. "Watching and Waiting"

"Sun Is Still Shining" is a song by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues from their 1969 album To Our Children's Children's Children, a concept album about space travel. Written by band member Mike Pinder, "Sun Is Still Shining" describes the optimism still associated with the sun and planet earth, which is referenced by the line "But if you want to play, stay right back on Earth, waiting for rebirth."

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