Lyrics:Isle Unto Thyself

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Lyrics

Blinding shining star

You won't see so far

Know what can't be shown

Feel what can't be known


You were an isle unto thyself

You had a heart you hadn't felt

Why would it hurt me

Or was it real


It was the night we had to part

We were afraid to miss the start

What did it matter

Why would it matter

And could we heal


Blinding shining star

You won't see so far

Know what can't be shown

Feel what can't be known


I was a victim of magic

Apollo catching my breath as I bled on the ground

Somebody called me to follow

I followed thinking aloud without hearing the sound


Then all the planets fell to dust

Lonely departing after us

Gone not forgotten

Long but forgotten old lore


In every element of life

Love camouflaging under strife or other matters

Minds over matters let there be more


Maybe you'll exit tomorrow

The sorrow sweeping you off as your island replies

Sudden invincible flowing

A river clearer than all thou might view with thine eyes


Why did fire-erupted lands arrive

Why did murderous animals survive

Why did we deserve to be revived

Why was any and everything alive