My family has known this mountain
before your battleships brought conquistadores.
Our work is displayed here, children played here.
Go back to the ocean from where you have come,
selling us paper and taking our gold.

My family formed of this mountain,
born of the rocks and trees reaching to our shores.
Our children have prayed here, were betrayed here
for building your palace, made from the stones
that we have brought here,
entombing our souls

No pierdes el corazon.
No pierdes el corazon.
No pierdes el corazon.

No comprendemos vos dios.
Spirits of Jaguar are stronger than your swords.
Our kingdom has ended by your deeds-
a crack in the sundial, breaking our world-
leaving us longing at Monte Alban.

No pierdes el corazon.
No pierdes el corazon.
No pierdes el corazon.

Growing, sowing, knowing why.
Finding, climbing, finding your way
some day, your way,
some day.


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A Crack in the Sundial song meanings
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