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"We who sing silent songs of yesteryear, perched safely upon the long wings of reflection.    In the silence of darkest nights, we send out our call.    We who beseech for changes of yesteryear, perched safely o...

"We who sing silent songs of yesteryear, perched safely upon the long wings of reflection.

 

 In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

 

 We who beseech for changes of yesteryear,

perched safely on the tribunals of deep thoughts.

 In the silence of darkest nights,

We send out our call.

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We who cry through memories of yesteryear,

for people we love who to life is no longer wed.

 

In the silence of darkest nights,

We send out our call.

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We who celebrate fond memories of yesteryear,

for treasures we hold deep within.

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In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

 

 We who call to the skies for answers,

for silent peace.

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In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

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We who sing silent songs of yesteryear,

perched safely on the long wings of reflection.

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We who send out our call,

for peace, salvation, for hope and for freedom.

 

 In the silence of darkest nights,

We send out our call.

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We who call to the skies for answers,

for silent peace.

-

We who beseech for changes of yesteryear,

perched safely on the deep tribunals of thoughts.

 In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

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We who send out our call to the skies,

for salvation, for hope and for freedom.

 

In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

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We who are the riders within all our thunderstorms,

we who are brave souls riding through rainstorms to be slowly changing as life transforms.

In the silence of darkest nights,

we send out our call.

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For peace, salvation, for hope and for freedom.

We send out our call.

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We who sing silent songs of yesteryear,

perched safely upon the long wings of reflection.

 

 

 

 

In the silence of darkest nights,

We send out our call."

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