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PURANAS: The Ancient probes still further into the past beyound the point of
remembering. Here Steve's guitar is pivotal in sharpening reflection on the
beauties and treasures of lots civilisations, Indian, Chinese, Central
American, Atlantean. These and other people left an immense treasure of
knowledge.

As one with the knowledge and magic of the source
Atuned to the majesty of music
They marched as one with earth
Sol, Dhoop
Sun
Ilios
Naytheet
Ah Kin
Saule
Tonatiuh
Qurax
Gunes, Grian
Surje
Ir
Samse

So the flowering creativity of life wove its
Web face to face with the shallow
And their gods sought out and conquered, Ah Kin

Do the leaves of green stay greener through the autumn
Does the colour of the sun turn crimson white
Does a shadow come between us in the winter
Is the movement really light

And I heard a million voices singing
Acting to the story that they had heard about
Does on child know the secret and can say it
Or does it all come out along without you
along without you
along without you

Where does reaon stop and killing just take over
Does a lamb cry out before we shoot it dead
Are there many more in comfort understanding
Is the movement in the head

And I heard a million voices singing
Acting to the story that they had heard about
Does one child know the secret and can say it
Or does it all come out along without you
along without you
along without you



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