Age of Man

Album: Anthem of the Peaceful Army (2018)
  • In an age of darkness light appears
    And it wards away the ancient fears
    March to the anthem of the heart
    To a brand new day, a brand new start

    To wonderlands of ice and snow
    In the desert heat where nothing grows
    A tree of life in rain and sun
    To reach the sky it's just begun

    And as we came into the clear
    To find ourselves where we are here
    Who is the wiser to help us steer
    And will we know when the end is near?

    Beauty lives in every soul
    The more you love the more you know
    They pass the torch and it still burns
    Once children then it's now our turn

    And as we came into the clear
    To find ourselves where we are here
    Who is the wiser to help us steer
    And will we know when the end is near?

    And as we came into the clear
    To find ourselves where we are here
    Who is the wiser to help us steer
    And will we know when the end is near?Writer/s: Daniel Robert Wagner, Jacob Thomas Kiszka, Joshua Michael Kiszka, Samuel Francis Kiszka
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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