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Haggard – The Observer lyrics

[Music: A. Nasseri / Lyrics: A. Nasseri]

So all the stars
Will guide us on our way
The Sextant as a leader
Has duration for all days

Look at the amazing sky
In long and profund discoveries
With a strong and a clear mind he's encryping
Secrets of astronomy

In endless nights
He observes the sky
This publications will change the world

Galileo Galilei

Only what my eyes will see, I will believe!
Day and night - seperated by the light

In Pisa he's required
To teach the theory
That the stars and all the planets
Revolve around the earth
But he believed
In a different truth
The helocentric one
Proposed by Kopernikus
A new age had begun

The stolen sun
Made their fear rise
And man had sacrificed
A shadow was the reason why

And all the servants of the cross - they will deny
Will deny the starlight

In Pisa he's required
To teach the theory
That the stars and all the planets
Revolve around the earth
But he believed
In a different truth
The helocentric one
Proposed by Kopernikus
A new age had begun



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