Far, far away, where the birch wouldn't grow
Far, far away and where the wind freezes your face
There you won't be alone

I would rather fly with eagles, to the snow hills
I would rather run with wolves, between the trees
I would rather be with trees, than in the middle of noisy streets

So far away, My mind flies to the moon
Far, far away, I can see what happens soon
And what's most important


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    General Commentit'd about wanting to live in obscuritly in the wilderness rather than in busy noisy cities.
    xJotunxon June 16, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"I would rather fly with eagles, to the snow hills
    I would rather run with wolves, between the trees
    I would rather be with trees, than in the middle of noisy streets"
    This goes for me as well...
    Killswitch Engageon August 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's about having itchy feet when you're pretty stressed. Especially when you live in a city with "noisy streets" and everything busy you sometimes feel like you would rather be in a place in the middle of nowhere. Where you can do whatever you like ("run with wolves", "fly to the snow hills")... So you can focus again on personal goals instead of work and whatever else.
    biermuffinon October 02, 2013   Link

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