Walk up the hills, the trees down by the river someday
we can dream our lives away
lie in the grass, the wind is blowing through the meadow
laughs the sunshine, shiny shiny shiny day
laughs the sunshine, shiny shiny shiny day
and I'm
on the road to St. Stephens
you will see
no strangers there
no strangers anywhere

Follw the dream the melted sand before you
lift your eyes up to the sky
the water of life is glowing all around you
you can hear it if you take the time to try
you can hear it if you take the time to try
and I'm
on the road to St. Stephens
you will see
no strangers there
no strangers anywhere

In this place of peace a golden fountain
and the water's flowing now
the lady of love is walking to the crystal courtyard
I am staggered by the happiness I've found now
on the road to St. Stephens
you will see
no strangers there
no strangers anywhere


Lyrics submitted by joelm

Road To St. Stephens song meanings
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