"Sarajevo" as written by and John N./o'neill Oliva....
In the town of Sarajevo, there's an old medieval square
There's a church aside one corner most believe was always there

It was built a thousand years before any now were born
And its glory was its belfry with its stones all gray and worn

Now there's a gargoyle on that belfry and he's been up there for years
And he has watched and he has pondered: "What is laughter, what are tears?"

And he's never found his answers as he sees the years go by
But he watches and he wonders with his stone unblinking eyes


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"Sarajevo" as written by John N. Oliva John Oliva

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    General Commentthe second song from dead winter dead.
    sets the stage for the album after the overture
    Alitareon March 07, 2008   Link

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