Will you ever be the mother that we lost?
Now our tears are falling down
We pay the highest cost
You will find your peace
Only to be alone without your restless sons

When we touched your gold
And burned the sky above
We thought the end was just a fear
A thought of despair that never felt near
Where have we gone?
It's human nature

How can you forgive the poverty we've made?
And the silence that we broke with glory, death, and pain
Will you find the strength to kill your rebel sons
And keep the purest souls?

When we touched your gold
And burned the sky above
We thought the end was just a fear
A thought of despair that never felt near
Where have we gone?
It's human nature

When the last part of black gold will be stolen from your heart
What will be our riches?
What will be our fame?

When we touched your gold
And burned the sky above
We thought the end was just a fear
A thought of despair that never felt near
Where have we gone?
It's human nature

When we touched your gold (When we touched your gold)
Burned the sky above (And burned, burned the sky above)
We thought the end was just a fear
A thought of despair that never felt near
What have we done?
It's human nature


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