"Jona Vark" as written by Xavier Parr Bacash and Lionel Harvey Towers....
She walks on the street
Alone in the dark
Her heads held up high
And she's got nothing to fear

As she crosses the road
She looks to the stars and asks for advice on where to go,
On where to go from here
Jona, Jona Vark,

Her name was Jona
Jona Vark
She found her place
Amongst the trees

She opened her eyes
And started to see
A flower in the distance
Showed her a way

To answer the questions
That we all like to ask


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"Jona Vark" as written by Xavier Parr Bacash, Lionel Harvey Towers

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    General CommentJona Vark....

    Or should I rather say: Joan of Arc ?
    If you read about her story, the song will explain itself...

    Maybe for the flower another hint: it certainly means the fleur-de-lys or lily, they sign of the french royals, but also the sign of purity...
    pitgelon July 05, 2012   Link
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    General CommentShe walks down the street
    Alone in the dark
    ?>Her heads on her hands And she's got nothing fear

    As she cries and
    She looks to the stars ask for advice

    Where to go? >Where do we go from here?<

    Jona Jona Vark
    Her name is Jona Jona Vark
    Her name is Jona Jona Vark
    Her name is Jona Jona Vark

    She found a place
    Amongst the trees
    She opened her eyes
    And started to see
    Further in the distance
    Showing her the way
    To answer the question
    >That we all like to ask<

    "Her heads on her hands" lol. best i got.
    gattson November 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI believe its "Her head's held up high'
    kindacrazyon May 29, 2011   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this song is about enlightenment.

    "She walks down the street
    Alone in the dark
    Her head's held up high
    And she�s got nothing fear"

    This part points to the fact that she is free of the fear of death

    I think it really would be "flower" rather than "further" because when we are present with nature, it brings about a sense of connectedness with it.. all of this frees us from what we are not - the mind.

    The question we all like to ask is "what is the meaning of my life".. with enlighentment we are able to see that there is no answer and there is no need to ask the question in the first place. We dont need to conceptualise everything!
    Urm...on June 30, 2011   Link

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