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For the one who could believe

Together with the smell of the sunburnt fields
A new autumn enters my heart as a dark bird
You're twining your wreath of the mourning ribbons
Of faded flowers and blackened ears

But who knows what will
Colds and losses turn into
For the one, who could believe
And who knows when
A blue star will rise over the water
For the one, who could wait…

It's painful to walk, it's painful to breathe
With an open wound in the place of a heart
But still you are making another step
Through wormwood and torns to the long-waited sky

But one day all the angels will wake
All doors will be opened
For the one who could believe…
And the almond-tree blooms
On a nasty January morning
For the one who could wait…

Heather's bowing to earth, the horizon is dark
The clouds are heavier, the sunshine is weak
You're sitting on a hill – silently still
All the words have been said, songs have been sung…

But I know, the keys will be found
And all the doors will be opened
For the one who could believe…
And over the dark waters
A blue star will rise
For the one who could wait…

A lonely boat is hopelessly sliding
Through the cold waters of limitless sorrow
Heaven only knows of our orphanage
And about pain, bound with silence vow

Somewhere there are islands of comfort
And the salutary coast
For the one who could believe…
New stars are born there
And the almond tree blooms in the mountains
For the one who could wait…