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Sense Of Purpose

First release:

"Radio Edit"
with Kristyna Myles

The Bells Of St Mary EP

 

Second release:

"Radio Edit"
with Kristyna Myles

 

Third release:

"Album Version"
with Kristyna Myles

Sense Of Purpose

 
 

Fourth release:

"Radio Edit"
with Kristyna Myles

Collection



 

SENSE OF PURPOSE

Words and music written by Ez Jon Erikson copyright control 2007

 
Man cannot buy the sky
Or own the wind and rain
But he can destroy this world
Cause unnecessary pain
 
Oh, the morning sun hurts my tired eyes
I wake to the dawn of a new day
 
View of ripe meadows and hills
Blotted by talking wires
Secret forest corners
Heavy with the scent of man’s fires
 
Is this the end of living
And the beginning of survival
 
Clear waters ghostly reflections
Tell of life’s memories
A strand in the web of life
A web that’s not our’s to weave
Destiny of our people
Has become a mystery
Are we losing
Losing our sense of purpose
 
The water’s murmur is the voice
Of forefathers we have lost
The precious air shares its spirit
With all the life it supports
 
What befalls the Earth befalls us all
And man has poisoned the land and air
 
Clear waters ghostly reflections
Tell of life’s memories
A strand in the web of life
A web that’s not our’s to weave
Destiny of our people
Has become a mystery
Are we losing
Losing our sense of purpose
 
One day our memory will be a shadow
Of a cloud moving across the land
 
Clear waters ghostly reflections
Tell of life’s memories
A strand in the web of life
A web that’s not our’s to weave
Destiny of our people
Has become a mystery
Are we losing
Losing our sense of purpose

 

 

 

 

                 

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