The precursor to "To Be Over". Although I still think "To Be Over" maybe a better song, but "And You And I" is definitely the more intimate of the two. The acoustic guitars and keyboards give it an almost folky feel. Like a folk song that was written for the big stage. The song ebbs and flows on a musical journey that feels like it can last forever. One thing to note about this album, even though the songs are at least 10 minutes in length, the arrangement and writing of the songs is so good that you never feel the songs length. Yes knows exactly when to put you into an emotional state, and how long to keep it there. "And You And I" is a great example of that.
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Guitar: Meander (Fixes: MrBurpler)
Bass: Meander (Fixes: MrBurpler)
Drums: AJFOne23 (Fixes: MrBurpler)
Keys: Meander (Fixes: MrBurpler)
Conversion: Sideshow / MrBurpler