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Seals & Crofts – Earth lyrics

(lyrics and music by James Seals, 1969)
From the albums seals and crofts (1969) and seals and crofts I and ii (1974).

Earth is my mother, no other, my sanctuary. But earth is my prison, my grave and my mortuary.
Give me a castle in the sun where rainbows have ends and people are one.
Show me an earth where the birth of a child disguised as the word can be recognized.

Earth is my nation, my station, obligatory. But earth is my sorrow, my curses' depository.
Give me a table beyond the clouds where there's enough food to feed all the crowds.
Show me an earth where the birth of a child disguised as the word can be recognized.

Let me hear my other voice who guides me now but gives me choice.
Tell me where to find the friend should He pass this way again.
Remember Akka for his sake, the earth is but a snake to His voice that spake.

Earth is my mother, no other, my sanctuary. But earth is my prison, my grave and my mortuary.
Give me a castle in the sun where rainbows have ends and people are one.
Show me an earth where the birth of a child disguised as the word can be recognized.



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