"Animal" as written by and Orenda Fink....
Where are the ones who lived before?
They are the cold winds in the north
Where are the ones who teach us how?
In sweet magnolias in the south
How do you hear the elders speak?
In the rains across the east
And what about the spirits' breath?
Their sigh, a dust storm in the west

Who are you?
I am an animal

Where are the ones who lived before?
They are the cold winds in the north
Where are the ones who teach us how?
In sweet magnolias in the south
How do you hear the elders speak?
In the rains across the east
And what about the spirits' breath?
Their sigh, a dust storm in the west

Who are you?
I am a man with will

Where are you?
I came from the hill

Where are the ones who lived before?
They are the cold winds in the north
Where are the ones who teach us how?
In sweet magnolias in the south
How do you hear the elders speak?
In the rains across the east
And what about the spirits' breath?
Their sigh, a dust storm in the west

Who are you?
I am the invisible



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"Animal" as written by Orenda Fink

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