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Eloy – All Life Is One lyrics

I am a part of the sun and the sky and the heavens above
Move where the rivers flow, fly with the breezes forever
And the earth and the sea and the hills and the trees they're a part me
All life, all life, is one, is one
Bathe in the mountain streams run through green meadows and valleys below
And the earth and the sea and the hills and the trees they're a part of me
All life, all life, is one, is one
What moves the hands on the clock on the wall?
What makes the rains and the snowflakes fall?
As the pendulum swings, so it drives the machines
Nature's force is the source, she's the source of us all, oh
I feel this new found force driving the words from my pen
Here, as I compose my thoughts firing my heart
As as my heart drives the blood
Throught my veins, warmth, feel it baptise my soul
All in rhyme, a verbal procession
All in rhyme, a lyric obsession
There's a force in us all
There's a force drives the blood in my veins
And this force speaks in poetry

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