"Kind Hearted Light" as written by and Roland/kusch Grapow....
We held up the metal torch
And they tried to take the flame
We've been running against the wall
But we always overcame
No sense no reason
We are the ones you love to hate

Feed the desire
Fighting for our dreams
Just look behind you
The visions once believed
Let's burn the bridges down
And cast dispersion to the wind

Who can we trust again
We must look to find another way to
That kind hearted light
Beyond the dark
But clouds still hide the seven seas
As the story unfolds
No regret
Unlock the key
To unity eternally

Look for an exit
In a dead end street of lies
Judgment day comes to all
Can you afford the price
Turn your blackened faith
And brain the venom from your mind

Who can we trust again
We must look to find another way to
That kind hearted light
Beyond the dark
But clouds still hide the seven seas
As the story unfolds
No regret
Unlock the key
To unite eternally
For eternity

Kind hearted light
Beyond the dark
But clouds still hide the seven seas
As the story unfolds
No regret
Unlock the key
To unite eternally


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"Kind Hearted Light" as written by Roland Grapow Janne Wirman

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    General Comment"We held up the metal torch/And they tried to take the flame/(...)/We are the ones you love to hate" - reference to media talking sh** about metal music. Either they love it (like in the '80's MTV) or hate it. Second verse is about being stubborn in our love to this genre of music. "The Kind Hearted Light" is the light we all have in our hearts wich metal quite often reveals. Metal is "draining the venom" from our minds. "Annother way" - maybe changes in metal genre? No regrets, unification - what is all about - fighting for our dreams, united as one.
    That is my interpretation :).
    Pita07on June 18, 2007   Link

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