"Wooden Horse (caspar Hauser's Song)" as written by and Suzanne/shulman Vega....
I came out of the darkness
Holding one thing
A small white wooden horse
I'd been holding inside

And when I'm dead
If you could tell them this
That what was wood became alive
What was wood became alive

And in the night the walls disappeared
In the day they returned
'I want to be a rider like my father'
Were the only words I could say

And when I'm dead
If you could tell them this
That what was wood became alive
What was wood became alive

Alive
And I fell under
A moving piece of sun
Freedom

I came out of the darkness
Holding one thing
I know I have this power
I'm afraid I may be killed

And when I'm dead
If you could tell them this
That what was wood became alive
What was wood became alive

And when I'm dead
If you could tell them this
That what was wood became alive
What was wood became alive




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"Wooden Horse (Casper Hauser's Song)" as written by Suzanne/shulman Vega

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