"On and On" as written by Greg Kurstin and Shaznay Lewis....
A kiss of the wind, then the spirits let fly
To the coldness of sun
I got no place to hide, nowhere to run!
When the wind gets high and the mountains sigh

I've got to get back home the wind don't wait for
No one, no one at all
Moves on and on etc.
Look behind the window winter's come?

Blood on the streets, when the black skies shout
And then people cry no more
Dreams just fade away, realities soar
The only crime is his fate

Can't think, can't relate
Illusions seized His mind
The key to all the answers are locked in his eyes!
Moves on and on,etc
Look behind the Window, Winter's coming?

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"On and On" as written by Michael Schenker Gary Barden

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    General CommentKind of brutal, but I like to think the song is about suicide. Obscurely; poetically. “A kiss of the wind” is an abstract gun shot to the head that starts the song, then "life” moves on. Behind the windows of his eyes, is the winter of our discontent, and if you understand the Shakespearean source, deep depression 'glorified' by being over, done. The 'reason' for it can only be found in his eyes/mind, but life moves on. Both the world moving on AND his life moving on to its final resolution. The solo being an abstract *glorious* unique interpretation of one's life, beginning to end. Aurally, one of the best metal songs ever made. I'm taking this 'flier' here on the lyrics.
    MarshalStackon December 25, 2015   Link

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