"Solace" as written by and Xavier Rudd....
Farewell to the west now
And welcome, to the east
Farewell to the one who raked, the sand beneath my feet
Thank you for the space we shared, and the heart and soul my friend
I will see you through the colours, between the mountains as the sun decends

Oh we twisted and we reflected upon a grin
Common ground we walked upon, with common feelings & common things
Yes it is a cruel world, but there is solace amongst the sin
Peace to you for now we'll share again, we'll share again

Farewell to the west now
My mind is open to the east
To all the new faces, new minds & things to see
I am alone here, and my heart at times it weeps
You will see me through the colours, as the sun sinks in the sea

Oh we twisted and we reflected upon a grin
Common ground we walked upon, with common feelings & common things
Yes it is a cruel world, but there is solace amongst the sin
Peace to you for now we'll share again, we'll share again

Oh we twisted and we reflected upon a grin
Common ground we walked upon, with common feelings & common things
Yes it is a cruel world, but there is solace amongst the sin
Peace to you for now we'll share again, we'll share again
We will share again
We'll share again
Hmmm, hmmm, oh my friend we'll share again
Oh we will share again


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"Solace" as written by Xavier Rudd

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    General Commenti love this song... its so beautiful.
    i think its about finding love in a cruel world.
    Herenionon October 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of Xavier's best. "Yes it is a cruel world, but there is solace amongst the sin"
    To me, this song is about finding peace within and sharing special moments with people who come in and out of your life.
    katiecoco3on July 05, 2007   Link

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