F#miWounded C#misoldier, rest a while.
EIn this house you’re Hsafe from harm.
F#miLet the C#miwar fight itHself.
F#miDon’t be alaC#mirmed- Though I wear
Ea uniform of your Harmy’s enemy,
F#miI am no C#mienemy to Hyou.
We didn’t Astart this war, or the C#mione before.
All we’ve E, Hever wanted was to live in peace.
War is the F#mimindset of those threaC#mitened by the thought
Of losing Epower, and conHtrol, don’t you see
F#miWe have been our C#miworst eneHmy.
But F#miyou and I have C#miminds of our own,
EWe can choose to Hdisengage,
F#miFrom the collective C#mimisperception,
EOf the kind of Hwar that’s being waged
F#mihe--- C#miere. E, H We’re living in
F#mife--- C#mi, E, Har.
Life, like the stream running through,
The many hills and plaines of landscape you,
To meet the greater body of the sea.
There, not diminished but built upon,
It returns itself to where it came
from, So can it be with you and me.
We are the heart and soul of our greater whole.
All we’ve ever wanted was to come home to ourselves.
Since time immemorial there’s been conflict and war,
Each new one greater than the one before.
Don’t you see we have been our sole enemy?
But you and I can break the circle,
We don’t have to feed the flames.
Pointing fingers, blaming others.
We are all to blame around here,
For living in fear.