In these days of madness how can one learn to be wise?
In the wake of sadness, you have ruined so many other lives,
Will you keep on lashing out until you are totally alone,
You long for real Love but can’t roll away your stone,
Bridge: what does this mean… what does it all mean?

Chorus 1:
So how does it seem? Left disillusioned by your own dreams.
In your own ambition your soul is ripped apart, so
what’s for you to find? Is there still a storm raging in your mind,
If you can’t endure than you have lost from the start… in these matters… matters of the heart,

In so much confusion, how does one find where to go,
With so much illusion, how is one supposed to know,
What is just a replication and what is genuine,
What’s inspired by the self and what is divine,
Bridge: where does it lead… where can it lead…
Chorus 2
So is this the peak? Is this the happiness in which you seek?
Have you fulfilled the task for which you were born?
Waiting for the sun to rise, does the dark leave you terrified?
One can’t be whole when they are so torn…. In these matters… matters of the heart
Solo bridge:
life is an adventure when the future is a mystery,
learn to deal with the past because you cant re-write your history,
keep on in the pain, don’t let your blade become dull,
and know that once refined your heart will be beautiful,

Solo
Chorus 3
Have you found the light? The beam of gold that cuts through the night,
You can see your feet but can’t see what’s up ahead,
So, is this the end? Can you now call death your final friend,
Can you see your home from this narrow path you tread?
The only true matters… are matters of the heart…
Matters of the heart…
These matters of the heart.
La la la la la la la


Lyrics submitted by Adenhero

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