Not So Far Away
Performed by Glen Burtnick
Written by Tom Cochrane
Produced by Glen Burtnick
Falling Sky Music / Arista Music, Inc. administered by Arista Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

   MP3 segment of the song Not So Far Away
0:42 min.
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Performed by Glen Burtnick

Where it can be heard in the movie:
It's a bit difficult to make out, but it’s in the background during Bill and Ted’s final history report starting from the time when Freud is analyzing Ted.

Lyrics:

Hey!
You might feel like a stranger,
You’ve been lost in a strange land.
You might be on a distant shore,
Don’t know what they’re having planned.
You might feel you’re a million miles,
In nothing you can be sure.
You might feel you don’t have a prayer,
When the signal it comes in clear,
That you’re not so far, you’re not so far away.

You might feel you’re in danger,
Hope you don’t fade away.
Sometimes you try to reach so high,
You think that your back might break.
The signal’s out, someone’s in doubt,
When something inside you says,
That you’re not so far, you’re not so far away.
No, you’re not so far, you’re not so far away.

Lay it in those hands,
You might not know where you stand.
You walk that line, will somebody tell ya,
This is where it starts and ends?
When history repeats itself,
They’ll sell you their worn out plan,
When you’re not so far, you’re not so far away.
No, you’re not so far, you’re not so far away,
A million miles, not so far away.
Maybe you’re not so far away.
You’re not so far, you’re not so far away,
Not so far.

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