"Sister Awake" as written by and Jeffrey Scott/chatwood Martin....
When the winter was over
She returned there to find him
And her memories filled her with light

She remembered the beauty
She remembered desires
And her memories filled her with light

I am the sun in the flame
Cold from the flame turns away
And in these winds came a change
She awakes

Sister walk through these fields of delight
But I want you to know
Desperation's the tenderest trap
So gently you go
What will it take
Sister awake

When this beautiful cult of desire
Has left you for dead
Isolation will cradle the lies
Of things left unsaid
What will it take sister awake

And you'll look to the heavens above
And taste it's deceit
These temptations have blinded desires
To sleep at their feet
What will it take
Sister awake

And you'll hear them call out your name
Invoking the fates
Chances are you've traveled too far
In stirring their hate
What will it take
Sister awake

Lyrics submitted by bengt12

"Sister Awake" as written by Jeffrey Scott Martin Jeffrey John Burrows

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentThis is the song that defines them. Brilliant.
    FaaipDeOaidon January 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree, it really does define them. It's a refreshing song, feels like regaining energy after a long winter.
    mammadaddioon March 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSounds to me like it's a song he's singing to Mother Earth about waking up at the end of the winter.
    Shi_Hebion March 24, 2008   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful! it sounds like getting a second chance after something bad happens. being awakened after a long period of depression or sadness. starting over.
    Jenlieon June 19, 2009   Link

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