Somewhere on Earth

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lyrics

Only through the end of times sight
We can get back and start again, and again
When the end shows another path
And the Ferryman points the way forward
“Should I run and never look back..?”

From death to live, and live to know
I’m here again

To see to hear, and hear to learn
And learn to tell

We give them more than we can give
Until decease
Stagnate as flesh in a cloudy fate
I breathe away

Crawling, dreaming
Waiting to rise
Shouting, crying
Feeling the cold

So here I am, I’m a part of all again
Plummeting incredibly across the clouds and air

That “wisdom spark”
Soon gone and lost in time
Crush my conscience and stuns my new senses

Hundreds of thousands of years have passed
From the rise of the immortals
To the vast painful ground

Some kind of deathless
Stronger thing I’m supposed to be
Through incalculable myriads of millenniums I’m back

I feel the heart beats of all the living beings
Along the entire world, them all…

Somewhere here
You’ll be back
Where you will land?
No one knows

Before the darkness growl
(When the master takes control)
The stars are there to tell
(Blasting stars along the ride)
Ten billion years ago
(You were the origin)
My soul resides somewhere…
(Somewhere here on the Earth)

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from Somewhere on Earth, released November 16, 2012
Music by A. Costa, N. Bassó & X. Diví
Lyrics by X. Diví
Keys by G. Rejón

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The Zen Barcelona, Spain

The Zen rised after the dissolution of Assalt 43 (Hardcore/Punk/Metal). Between June 2011 and January 2012 the band recorded it's first studio album ever, Somewhere on Earth. It's a conceptual album, about the passing of a human soul through death levels and dimensions before falling again on Earth after myriads of time and it's journey to the origin of cosmos. ... more

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