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Mysteries of life

Half closed eyes will never see
That life is shelterd in mystery
Mysteries hides secrets of one's soul
Knowledge and wisdom are seldom told
The soul will last for eternity
Lifes dream will help you understand your destiny
Unwrap the mysteries of the mind
Answers are there for you to find
Yesterdays memories never seem to last
Learn the mystery from ages past
Knowledge and wisdom hold the key
To set your soul forever free
Life is a journey from the start
Of this world we become apart
Answers carried by the cosmic wind
How too soon this life will end
Spread your wings and learn to fly
Wisdom comes to those who try
Wisdom and knowledge last forever
They will keep your soul together
There's no place for me to hide
When I take that final ride
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