Don’t Let a Candle Be Your Sun

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We all came naked to this world

Not wearing dirt, not wearing any gold
With no sins, no name and no plans
Alone

All is dark and we hope that someone will
Hear our cry, while guarding sleeplessly
Someone who, has been waiting for us

To come

Trees grow old, a beauty out of clay

Watch our children play in shadows of the day
Wising up, as we’re trying to find out

Who we are

Does this make sense? No heaven and no hell?
Don’t look for pass, dwell happily in this maze
Decorate your life with pieces of

A dream

Hi there, stranger

Welcome to this world

Let’s live together and die alone
Here’s your cradle

Your grave, what do you say?
We live together, but die alone

Rain falls down, rivers flow to seas

A star is born in a distant galaxy

We stopped to care for the very true meaning
Where we come from and where are we going
On this Earth we’re just shifting

Is anyone listening?

Why?

Hi there, stranger

Welcome to this world

Let’s live together and die alone
Here’s your cradle

Your grave, what do you say?
We live together, but die alone

Wake! Wake up and think
Hook up the link

See through the blindfold

Don’t let the day become your life
Your heart follow the crowd

Don’t let a candle be your sun!

credits

from The Time Is Up, track released October 12, 2012
music: Stanislava Kokavcová, Martin Šulek, Dušan Veverka, Peter Šulek, Robert Čunderlík, Stanislav Švantner
lyrics: Martin Šulek

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The Elements Slovakia

Rock band from Slovakia, originally formed in 2001 is known mostly for their dynamic, slightly progressive rock music and energetic live performance. The Elements bring music full of life and positive energy, yet deep and hearty.

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