I've known pain I've known fear chilling than the harmattan air Pain, fiercer and harsher than the whips of a thousand horsemen
My soul sank deep into the river of pain and fear
I sought refuge in the bosom of the younger dawns I hid in their embrace and they comforted me I dreamt of the rebirth of her garden in all its glory I felt the healing miracle of the morning sun when Eva bathed in her warmth; and I saw her inhabitants came alive with the songs of the birds, and fluttering flowers in the breeze. I've known pain Nameless, faceless fear
I sunk deep into their depths And they hurt no more.