"Journey Through The Dark" as written by Hans Juergen Kuersch and Andre Olbrich....
Many songs I've written
About the things I saw
My inner soul's a wasteland
I can't run away from here
Try to find them
All the lost thoughts in my mind
I woke up on a hill
So many times before
Yesterday seems like a dream no more
Frozen memories laughing
They don't let me find the truth
Am I born to be a king
Or a jester of the fools

You're the mystical old bard
on your journey through the dark
Mystical old bard
Your journey through the dark

I can't remember my name
I never knew how to find my home
I can't remember my name
come tell me where will it end
I'm the chosen one
To perform all these things
But not for me
In illusions and reality
I'm on my journey through the dark
I'm on my journey through the dark


I can't remember
Will I ever find myself
The distance is growing
My hope has gone away
A flash of light but nothing changes
When will it end
Which part of me remains

Soon I'll be back
On my ferryboat of tales
Where oblivion reigns
It will take all of me


Lyrics submitted by Phil

"Journey Through the Dark" as written by Marcus Siepen Andre Olbrich

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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  • +1
    General CommentI think it is about the chapter in the Lord of the rings Journey through the dark, when the fellowship goes through the Mystical Moria, or perhaps it is about the bards journey, (before the song the bards song) and their everyday life in the fantasy of blind guardian...
    Glass_prisoneron November 11, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is about the character Jerry Cornelius, a bard, in the Eternal Champion series by Michael Moorcock.
    scrabbleshipon April 15, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI have no friggin clue. Any ideas, people?
    hunt hellon February 22, 2007   Link

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