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Hawkwind – New Jerusalem lyrics

Nor shall my sword rest in my hand
'til we have founded Jerusalem
Here in Englands green and Pleasant Land"
William Blake (1778)
And here's this crystal city
That is mapped out like the stars
She's been waiting there for ages
For us to give her force
Some call her Ynnis Glytrr
Crystal Isle to you or me
So full of glowing emanations
That you don't need eyes to see
So here inside these valleys
That are so full of energy
We'll build a New Jerusalem
With Love from You to Me
Pyramids and Stonehenge
Are Ley lines to this place
City of Revelations
That governs inner space
So now tune in your auras
Let Solstice music sound
And build New Age vibrations
And feed them to the ground
So here inside these valleys
That are so full of energy
We'll build a New Jerusalem
With Love from You to Me
Light that shines through darkness
For us, it's plain to see
Our Cosmic generation
Has power enough to be
So find this inner vision
And grasp it at the start
And build a New Jerusalem
Inside your loving heart
And here inside these valleys
That are so full of energy
We'll build a New Jerusalem
With Love from You to Me
Tim Blake (1978)
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