"Shinda Shima" as written by Patrick Woodcock, Stephane Luginbuhl and Lours Pierre Yves Roger Begon....
I went one day to Shinda Shima
A place which is suposed to be a
land of peace and happiness
i went one day to shinda shima
a place which is more of to be a land of desolation

Shinda Shima
Shinda shima
Do you think I can trust you
Do you think i can trust I you

I went one day
To shinda Shima
I saw some people suffering and children crying everyday
i went one day to shinda shima
I think i'll never go again,
A place of seclusion
Shinda Shima
Do you think i can trust
Shinda Shima
Do you think I can trust you?

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    General Commentaw no comments?
    amazing song.

    so relaxing and... trippy..
    lazydaisyon May 19, 2009   Link
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    General Commentagree. amazing song
    tomivavon June 21, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is talking about Earth. The voice is a being of a race of intelligent life that has left us this message. It calls Earth, Shinda Shima. Before this race of beings came to Earth, they expected it to be a place of peace. "A place which is supposed to be a land of peace and happiness". But on arrival, they saw the horrible ways in which we live. Poverty, greed, power, pollution, war, corruption. "a place which is more of to be a land of desolation". Seeing this, They decided not to greet us and share cultures, but to leave and never return. "I think I'll never go again". I think if a race of higher intelligence came to Earth and saw this, they would never contact us. Who knows, maybe they already came to Earth.
    Again, this is what I think. I was very VERY high when I heard this song. But, it is an amazing, sad song. Peace and love to all.
    nizzbomb4on May 02, 2010   Link
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    General CommentFor the chorusy parts, I've always heard it as
    "do you think I contrast you?"
    and not
    "do you think I can trust you?"
    flyingferronon June 29, 2014   Link

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