"Carry The Blessed Home" as written by and Hans Juergen/olbrich Kuersch....
Pale faced, the innocent will drown in blood
Murdered with dawn

Don't ever steal my grief
In the sense of green and dawn is gone

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now
I will bury my dead and keep

Until the end
I won't give up
(I won't give up)
I crawl to the red fields of blood

There's a grave
There's a rose
Drift away

I can hear me say
Soon you all shall be free

Carry The Blessed Home
No one's left here but me
And I will sing up your name

Call me insane I know
A hope of my heart
And my soul to you son

So pale turns the innocent
And all I feel is pain

Suddenly I understand he's gone!

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now
My love doesn't matter right now

Carry The Blessed Home
No one's left here but me
And I will sing up your name

Dreamer, insane I know
What I fear the most I have faced
And that's truth
The grey face, not innocent
Though I cry in dismay
I would finally care, move on

Is there anyone here who knows how it feels to be right?

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now

Matter right now
Matter right now


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"Carry the Blessed Home" as written by Hans Juergen Kuersch Andre Olbrich

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  • +1
    General Commentthe second part is wrong... it's actually

    Don't ever steal my grief
    in this haze of green and gold, he's gone
    Catawhompuson April 28, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt's about Roland of Gilead and Jake Chambers, Roland's emotions after he dies and as he approaches the Dark Tower.

    "The Red Fields of None" gives it away.

    For some reason, the lyrics here say "Red Fields of Blood"
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    Can'-Ka No Rey: the red fields of none, where the Dark Tower lies.
    robsturron August 04, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBtw, the line "In this haze of green and gold, he's gone." refers to Jake Chambers' resting place where Roland buried him in the woods; it being late in the afternoon in a wooded area/forest.
    robsturron August 31, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about Roland Deschain, the Gunslinger from Stephen King's Dark Tower series; specifically his emotions towards the end of the series.
    Vanadison December 27, 2006   Link
  • -2
    General CommentGreat song (odd that no one has mentioned that yet)
    malciteon May 27, 2009   Link
  • -3
    General CommentFirst comment wtf

    I think it's about a man who was manipulated and tricked into bad deeds, but still manages to do what's right in the end.

    I have no idea what it was actually written for, but that's how I interpret it.
    Kuyukly78on December 17, 2006   Link

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