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Neverland (14:54)

Neverland is the closing track on Marillion's 2004 album "Marbles". Its lyrics, written by Hogarth, contain many references to JM Barrie's novel Peter Pan. Upon its release, the song has quickly been adopted by the Marillion audicence as their anthem, and the band has played it at nearly all of their concerts eversince.

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  • awesome track
  • ❤☆҉‿↗⁀☆҉❤☆҉‿↗⁀☆҉❤❤☆҉‿↗ ❤☆҉‿↗⁀☆҉❤☆҉‿↗⁀☆҉❤❤☆҉‿↗
  • a masterpiece
  • Best song ever written
  • So beautiful!
  • einfach eine wahnsinnig saugeile Stimme und Sound!!!
  • One of the greatest prog rock tracks of all time! (2)
  • It doesn't matter how many new bands I find or what new music I listen to, there will always be a place for stuff like this. I saw Marillion at the Astoria. I am on the Marbles DVD in the audience somewhere. Fantasic gig. Last time I was at the venue. Is gone now.
  • One of my favourite tracks of all time. Stunning. I saw it played as an encore once and it is hard to put into words how good it was!
  • now THIS is how excellent, emotional prog should be. Amazing. It's one of those songs that makes me feel bad for all the other, inferior songs

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