Ahimsa
by U2

Album: Single release only (2019)
  • I'll meet you where the sky is torn
    I'll meet you in the end
    I'll meet you before the world was born
    When we had not a care

    This is an invitation
    To a high location
    From someone who wants to be loved
    This is a meditation
    On your radio station
    If you like it, you can sing along

    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa

    I'll meet you where there is no weeping
    Your tears are now a stream
    I'll meet you where there is no sleeping
    But we wake up to dream

    This is an invitation
    To a high location
    From someone who wants to be loved
    This is a meditation
    On your radio station
    If you like it, you can sing along

    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa
    Ahimsa Writer/s: Paul David Hewson, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr, A.R. Rahman
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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