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Wie weit reichen die Lieder,
Die ein Kцnig singt
In den leeren Hallen,
Wie weit trдgt sie der Wind
In den stillen Kammern,
In dem weiten Land,
In dem langen Winter,
Mit der kalten Hand.

Kцnntest du mich sehen
In dem kьhlen Tau
Kцnntest du dich fьhren
In die grьne Au.
Wie leicht wдren deine Schritte,
Wie offen dein Gemьt,
Wie selten leicht die Bьrde,
Wie selten hell das Licht.



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    How far do the songs go?

    One queen sings

    In the empty halls

    How far the wind carries..

    In the silent chambers

    In the vast country

    In the long winter

    With the cold hand..

    Could you see me

    In the cool dew

    Could you guide you

    In the green au?

    How easy it would be your steps

    How open is your mind!

    How seldom easy, the burden

    As rare bright lights.

    Could you see me

    In the cool dew

    Could you guide you

    In the green au"?

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