AO MUSIC

AO MUSIC

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Song Description

Has a Native American feel

Story Behind the Song

- is a vision of the true meaning and principle behind America as a focus of peace, tolerance and unity between all colors and creeds

Lyrics

There's a child, known as Amerika...
She is young and wild and free...
There's a song to deliver Amerika, scribed on her golden fleece...

Amaru of sweet asure to the League of the Iroquois -
feathered kings who gave their homes - an arc of heaven where eagles soar like angels...
Oh fairest Isle beneath our Sun, where every heart is a chosen one...
Our fathers sailed into your fields, and we are the seeds...

There's a child known as Amerika... She is young and wild and free... Lokahi, deliver Amerika through the violet fire of Peace...

And so the wheels have turned once more to the light of an open door... Nutawa! Carry her through...
Lift me up over Amerika on the arc of an eastern Sun...
Lokahi, deliver Amerika, and she will crown the world as one...

Can you feel the soul of Amerika - Oh so wild and free...
Can you see the light of Amerika peering out through the eyes of Peace...

Translations: Golden fleece - the Declaration of Independence; Amaru (Peru) Believed to be an earlier manifestation of the Mayan "Plumed Serpent" or Quetzacoatl in Central America; Lokahi (Polynesian) Unity; Nutawa (Cherokee) Rising Sun; Spoken word by child (Esperanto) "The only reality is now - a feeling more elastic than the wind..."

Song Length
5:10
Genres
New Age - Tribal, World - World Beat
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Pleasant, Composed

Subject Matter
Hope, Gratitude

Similar Artists
Peter Gabriel, Sting
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Richard Gannaway
Music Credits Richard Gannaway, Jay Oliver
Producer Credits Richard Gannaway, Jay Oliver
Publisher Credits Arcturian Gate Music
Performance Credits Richard Gannaway, Jay Oliver
Label Credits AO Music / Arcturian Gate