"Soon Love Soon" as written by and Vienna Teng....
there'll be a fire burning in the temple of our peace
there'll be a soaring voice for our silent pleas
we will hold our broken circle and begin to pray
we will find a black and white in the gray

and we will be as one god
and we will be as one people

we will find illumination in unnatural light
you will travel a thousand miles without leaving my sight
we will find we never knew hatred ran so deep
such a wide, wide chasm of faith to leap

but we will be as one god
and we will be as one people

there will be an evolution of the human soul
we will know that be a part is to be truly whole
we will know the pattern of centuries rise and fall
we will know that the fate of one is the fate of all

and we will be as one god
and we will be as one people


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"Soon Love Soon" as written by Vienna Teng

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    General CommentThis one was written by Vienna after modern history class in school. It is about her hope that some day, we'll learn from our mistakes, be beyond all this mess and live peaceful, happy lives.
    kkkkkon June 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI find this song to be VERY hippie-esque, but when I went to one of her live shows... it was such a small warm, intimate room full of people with Vienna leading the song in front. Everyone swaying and singing together. It was a powerful thing.
    I believe it's about world peace. It's about the day that humans realize that we are all one people. All humans. The day we join hands and forget our differences.
    Whether that will ever happen is unlikely, but it's lifts a person up hearing the possibility.
    DoeADeeron September 03, 2010   Link

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