The wind was blowing softer now
My eyes are still a blur
With remnants all around me
I survey the ones that were
They were strong and tall
They stood so proud
And when they walked the streets
The people bowed
But when the climate changed
They tried their best to stay
But the wind blew them all away

Picture in your mind
A silent statue in the sand
A dust cloud comes
And leaves no hiding place
For beast or man

And in the master's house
They're partyin' down
But there's no resting place
In this prodigal town
But there were some we know
Thought they'd go all the way
But the wind blew them all away

In the master's house
There's an easy chair
And some would like to think
It's easy there, but if you look for long
So many have gone astray
Cause the wind blew them all away

While they were looking the other way
The wind came and blew them all away
They thought they could stand in the stormy day
But the wind came and blew them all away
The wind came and blew them all away
They thought they could stand in the stronger day
But the wind came and blew them all away


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    General CommentI like this work of Transatlantic most of all.
    Small prog-rock masterpiece with 3 guitar solos!
    TTTWebmasteron May 02, 2011   Link

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