"Kiaya" as written by and John Driscoll William Benoit....
Well the days of rain
Gave birth to a home
Well his heart beats strong and his eyes shown blue
Beneath the heavens, he learned of truth
Let the earth be your walls, let the stars be your roof
Well his love fell on a girl
With hair dark as night sky, "My life," he said to her
"Belongs to you"
Then he rode on the wind
And returned the next day as he neared
Well the village, rose smoke, it billowed gray

On his knees cried, "You've taken from me
My will to go on is no more, lay my love to the ground
For no other can be found that could fill my heart such as her
Kiaya, Kiaya, I'll push on 'till the day when I lay next to you once again
Kiaya, Kiaya, when I find the other man let my arrows take them to the same man"

So he rode for the shores
As the tears filled his eyes
Oh the clouds opened up
And the rain filled the skies
The men of the horizon
Well they promised for peace
But all they spoke of were lies, lies and deceit
Well as he came to the fortress
His arrows did fly, he feels justice was awarded
But his fury will not subside
But though his wounds were of many,
They would not weigh him down
For no wound proved greater than his love that he layed to the ground


On his knees cried, "You've taken from me
My will to go on is no more, lay my love to the ground
For no other can be found that could fill my heart such as her
Kiaya, Kiaya, I'll push on 'til the day when I lay next to you once again
Kiaya, Kiaya, when I find the other man let my arrows take them to the same man"

So he waded through the waters
Let the tide take him away
He prayed to be united with his love, Kiaya
But the winds began to whisper
And the waves, they did crash
All that was left behind, were these echoes of the past
For what was once then
Is now no more
Memories of freedom, now buried below


On his knees cried, "You've taken from me
My will to go on is no more, lay my love to the ground
For no other can be found that could fill my heart such as her
Kiaya, Kiaya, I'll push on 'til the day when I lay next to you once again
Kiaya, Kiaya, when I find the other man let my arrows take them to the same man
Kiaya, Kiaya, I'll push on 'til the day when I lay next to you once again
Kiaya, Kiaya, when I find the other man let my arrows take them to the same man
Oh Kiaya, Oh woah...


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