Two Planets

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  • Show me moonlight on the sunrise
    I've seen so many planets dancing
    I've seen too many people hiding

    Show me sunset and I won't forget
    That I am one of two planets dancing
    I am part of two planets dancing

    Shallow men, sign your name on my sun
    The song of Solomon died in a battleground
    The song of Solomon died in love's battleground

    I am far shattered by these sinning times
    For all your suffering by night

    Life is so much dark and light
    Day can not exist without a night
    And you should not separate from me
    I have a heart that's full of life
    To be shared on this night
    Feel my hands, feel my life
    For the sun and the stars
    Of my mother and my sisters

    I know where the form is changing
    I know that the stars will fall on me Writer/s: NATASHA KHAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Thomas from BrazilThis songs starts off with Natasha Khan reading a from an ancient Chinese divination text called I Ching, also known as Book of Changes.
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