Midnight battle, a thousand horses
Ambro-vision, the iron master
Purple over the heat-red fire
Sharpened wheels of Alabaster
Ah-hee

Remember the desert garden, moonlight on the sand
We listen with open eyes, to the voice of El Shaddai

Carving wells of precious water
Veils of faith protect the orchard
Children die and wives are slaughtered, oh yeah
Blood and bone are marching forward
Ah-hee

Remember the desert garden, moonlight on the sand
We listen with open eyes, to the voice of El Shaddai

Forced to walk with dim-lit candles
Build a temple at thunder mountain
Finding ways to hear his whisper
(He said) I am that, I am

Remember the desert garden, moonlight on the sand
We listen with open eyes, to the voice of El Shaddai


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El Shaddai song meanings
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