I spend too much time
Raiding windmills
We go side by side
Laughing til it's right

There's something that you won't show
Waiting where the light goes

Take the darkest hour
Break it open
Water to repair
What we have broken

There's something that you won't show
Waiting where the light goes
Maybe anywhere the wind blows
It's all worth waiting for

Pull on the borders to lighten the load
Tell all the passengers we're going home

I spend too much time
Seeking shelter
World without end
Couldn't hold her

There's something that you won't show
Waiting where the light goes
Maybe anywhere the wind blows
It's all worth waiting for
Anywhere the wind blows


Lyrics submitted by rabidpenguin, edited by TheImpalerTMX, Sagatron

Windmills Lyrics as written by Guss Dinning

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    My InterpretationWorld without end, is to me the most telling line in this song and to me it sounds like a reference to war. The love and loss that ensues in its trenches. The Hundred Years War comes to mind as does the Black Plague. I think this song is about the strife that war, disease and famine can have on a nation and how it can brutalize the soul of anyone in it's path. Conflict compounded with more conflict gets the world nowhere and that's what the core of this song is driving at. The death and sorrow left in war's wake is gut wrenching. This song imparts that as well. As for 'it's all worth waiting for' I believe that is about heaven, after those victims of war pass on, the idea that they will go to a better place.
    EternalTearsOfSorrowon February 21, 2018   Link

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