"Wills Of The River" as written by Klara Maria S�derberg and Johanna Kajsa S�derberg....
And the wills of the river
Leads you here
Where the wind it is yielding
And the light it is clear

To rest upon forever
Or to live for one more day
No I won't restrain the morning
I'll get ready for this spring

Oh see them planets shining
To the south to the north
Headed out the west wind
Going to find myself a home

Where the night it is guarded
By the shores of the sea
And the moon it is resting
While the sun it breaks free

And the world is all alone now
While it's children still sleep
Silently


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"Wills of the River" as written by Johanna Kajsa Soederberg Johanna Kajsa S�derberg

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    General CommentThis song is about the fragility of life, and the value of embracing it.

    "The wills of the river lead you here."
    We have human will, but ultimately the vagaries of the natural world lead us.

    "No I won't restrain the morning, I'll get ready for the spring."
    No need to fear the darkness, it is also a part of nature. Just like death is a part of life.

    "Oh see them planets shining to the south to the north. Headed out the west wind, going to find myself a home."
    Ultimately our home is in the universe. Our atoms remain long after we die.
    Mamieon March 16, 2013   Link

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