After a storm
I want to be brave
And keep you warm
And not fade away
As we float from the shore
Into the light
Into the unknown
Like thousands of lanterns
Glowing with grace
In glorious silence
Descending through space
To a friend
A sister in need
Who is not alone
And they are surrounding her
And they will enfold her outstretched hand
In our love

Into the light
It's hard to believe
It's always been ours to give
And to receive
I want to be shameless like the sun
Moving into you
Entering light

Welcome
Insha'Allah, insha'Allah
Enter one amazing grace is pouring down
Fear not this light
We are of this light divine
So come
We move as one
Amazing grace is pouring down
Fear not this light
We are on this light divine
Welcome
Enter one

After a storm
I wanna let go
Of the things that I’ve done
Without any worry
I wanna come home
Into the light
Into the unknown
I want to be shameless
Like the sun
Moving into you
Enter light

Welcome
Insha'Allah, insha'Allah
Enter one
Amazing grace is pouring down
Fear not this light
We are on this light divine
So come
We move as one
Amazing grace is pouring down
Fear not this light
We are on this light divine
Welcome
Enter one


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    General CommentSol Seppys got such a beautiful innocent voice, lovely lyrics, in terms of meaning I think she just wants to be there for her loved ones e.g. " I want to be brave, and keep you warm." etc
    ZAPDAVEYon August 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah, what's up with the "Allah" ref.? Lyrics don't seem to be very specific about anything. I mean, love of course, and reaching out to someone, and wanting to be free from things you've done. But other than that, there's really just sort of magical imagry, well word worded and very emotive. Very Hopeful. It's sort of a pro and con at the same time -when songs are rather vague and can be applied to anything kinda.
    no anestheticon December 13, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentInsha'Allah in arabic it means "if god wants" or "if god let"
    shahab2324on May 10, 2015   Link
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    General Commenti think its about losing someone she tried to save and she wants them to go to heaven...not so sure but thats what i think when i hear the words"Inch'Allah, Inch'Allah
    Enter one
    Amazing grace is pouring down
    Fear not this light" so yeah
    hawkheadon November 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti'm pretty sure inch'allah is actually insha'Allah...arabic for God willing...and muslims believe in the same god as that of judaism and chiristianity.
    caresoulson March 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPerhaps it's about a kind of spirituality beyond religion, the feeling of connectivity and relationship to the whole world, that makes you feel secure and brave, no matter what's happening. (Or at least the ideal of such an attitude towards life, the singer is aiming at.)
    Blaubeerwaldon August 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is reference to the return of God soon. Insha Allah means "God Willing" in Arabic and is used usually to Ask for Allah's blessings for something you want to happen for the future. But look at the other words, they speak almost as if they are speaking about Angels, and the world moving together as one. This is one song with meanings of love, Devine sight which will come to us all soon again that God exists, and we will all "Enter one" :)
    RockerCon May 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think the lyrics speak of the unity among each and every one of us, regardless to our belief in God(s) or the absence thereof, whether we practice Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Animism, Atheism, Agnosticism...etc. I feel that this is her depiction of heaven, this song, and the idea that we all come into one. I could not any more strongly agree.
    AlecsPenon November 27, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWow.... what a rip snorter of emotion.....
    powerful stuff....
    boganwaynekingon May 17, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentInsha'Allah in arabic it means "if god wants" or "if god let"
    shahab2324on May 10, 2015   Link

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