Symphony of Light

Album: Symphony of Light (2013)
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  • Rays from the sunlight
    Poured through his bedroom
    Waking his mind and his heart to his new day
    And then he connected to light
    A symphony of light
    A symphony
    A symphony of light

    Thoughts of tomorrows
    Mystical circles
    Knowing all knowledge and lover of deity's
    Thousands of birds see his light
    They fly into his light
    His symphony
    His symphony of light

    No man here on earth
    Knew it's real worth
    One so wise
    Golden eagle fly's bold
    Glimpse of the unreal
    Paled as it revealed
    Certain plans
    Great secrets will be told

    Mastered all that he found
    Mixing color with sound
    Energized then distracted by war
    Visionary works
    Chariots unfurled
    Change of plans
    Radiant scenes on hold

    Water is to life
    Fingers to the sky
    Signs that say
    A new world will unfold
    Spirit flowed through his reins
    In enlightenments praise
    Loving life and admired by all

    Messenger for mankind
    Profess love far and wide
    God summoned all angels to fly
    And then he connected to light
    A symphony of light
    A symphony
    A symphony of light

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