Are we brave enough to stop and look back or even go back once we were and once we came from
Are we brave enough to find blinded reality and actuality in the society
Everyone is part of everything
Are we brave enough to face

What can make us realize and understand that now is the time for each one of us to find a new, a new meaning in our lives
Lack of knowledge, being ignorant
Let's put things in the past
But swear never let it be
Never let it happened again

It's easy when you just think about yourself and just do what you want
It's lonely when you just think about yourself and just do what you want

If we are brave enough to stop and look back or even go back to the place where we were used to be
Things are gonna be alright
Not to try to push ourselves
Now we know that's how we are
We are brave enough to walk

It's easy when you just think about yourself and just do what you want
It's lonely when you just think about yourself and just do what you want

So let the wind blow
Ancient wind blow, ancient wind blow
So let the wind blow
Ancient wind blow, ancient wind blow

Here we are, oh here we are
Nothing more than as a phenomenon
Here we are, oh here we are
Nothing more than as a part
It will be waiting

So let the wind blow
Ancient wind blow, ancient wind blow
So let the wind blow
Ancient wind blow, ancient wind blow


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