The distance has been crossed
And the battle won and lost
And prevailing is the power of the heart.

Quests come and go,
but I'll forever know
That I must heed the power of my heart.

I can feel it flow in the pit of my soul
as I stroll through the land of my vanquished foe.
But it's more than the chlorine,
by the internet caffeine,
of the stallion the courses
through my quickening pulses

I've got a life of perming, squirming kind of yearning in me.
It shouts hello to all the world.

Not the talons of an eagle
Not the scorching of a dragon
Not the stinger of a scorpion
Not the break down of my wagon
Not even destiny, can bring me down

The distance has been crossed
And the battle won and lost
And prevailing is the power of the heart.

The corpses on the ground
can't and won't make me frown
All owing, to the power of my heart.

Let's you and I join hands,
put on our shoes
and stroll the land.
We'll cannon ball into the sea.
Let us not feel a single human, beast or mineral,
until a new war beckons me.

Not the eyeball of a cyclops
Not the staring of Medusa
Not the mustache of Tom Salek
Not the magic of Mystique
Not even death itself, can ever bring me down.

Let's you and I join hands,
put on our shoes
and stroll the land.
We'll cannon ball into the sea.
Let us not feel a single human, beast or mineral,
until a new war beckons me.

Not the trident of Poseidon
Not the arrows of Apollo
Not my hand stuck in a blender!
Not the birdsong of a swallow
Not even the apocalypse!, can bring me down.

The power of heart is in my soul.
The power of heart is in my soul.

Now the killing ends and a new world begins
(The power of heart, is in my soul..)
A new world, of the power of the heart.
(The power of heart, is in my soul..)
Now the killing ends and a new world begins
(The power of heart, is in my soul..)
A new world, of the power of the heart.





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The Power of Heart: Stallion Daze II (The Sequel) song meanings
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