"Three Sisters" as written by Hendrik Hofstede and R. Kloet....
Mother bought a jacket for the rain
With a capuchin
Lightning strikes an aeroplane in a dream
Sister talks about hello and goodbye
Passing 'the Anger and the Hope'
Frightened by the world

She said the angel takes your soul away
She changed the darkness in the light of the day
Sister takes her bear to the zoo
To the elephant and the little bird blue
Frightened by the world

Love is a roomful of strangers
Love is a suitcase filled with danger
Frightened by the world

Mother where are you, father where are you
We can never find our home anymore

Three sisters in the back of the room
Three sisters hand in hand at the zoo
Frightened by the world


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