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Soar speaks of flying away from pain caused by a broken heart. It's about a hopeful search to get back the happiness once possessed.
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|by Je ' Free
Midnight under the sheltering skies
Wish on a star for Iím paralyzed
Youíve frozen this heart, broken these wings
I need to learn again what freedom brings
Prisoner in the realm of emptiness
Breakout from this void, land of darkness.
Shadows of past canít ruin the future
Spread my wings again just like a vulture
Ride the chilling breeze, once more I dare
Hunt for love begins somewhere out there
Beauty of forgiveness is my gain
Farewell, my unnecessary pain
Soar, Black Crow, Soar.
Search for happiness that once was yours
Entirety of heavens is all yours
Soar, White Dove, Soar.
View the world through different set of eyes
Freedom gives you the power to rise.
Fly high, Soar high,
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