Bull's Dream (1980) Written by William Mylar Real Mylar
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I feel I've come to sing to you.  Like the Bull used his dreams. 
I just have to make you feel. I don't ever want to leave my home again.
 I  can see the desert brown. And the men who have to till that ground.
Still  others come to strike them down. I don't ever want to leave my home again. 

You build your worlds for today. Don't give our future much to say. 
They've  always known a better way. I don't ever want to leave my home again. 


I see green hills in clear blue skies. I see them burning before my eyes.
My god,  don't you even realize. I may never see my home again. 


Their dreams have always  been the stars. And they will wait until their day comes. 
So will their daughters  and their sons. I don't ever want to leave my home again. 

They keep contempt  for you at bay. But they will not stand in your way.
Soon we must all become  the same. I don't ever want to leave my home again. 


I see green hills in clear  blue skies. I see them burning before my eyes.
My god, don't you even realize. I may never see my home again. 


See the moon move through the sky. First it buds, then blooms, then dies.
While sun burns all the time. I don't ever have  to leave my home again.


I see barren hills in clear blue skies. I see them growing before my eyes.
My god, don't you even realize. You can never take away my home again.


You can never take a way. You can never take away.
My home again. My home again.


(Phonetically) Ein aud chaim. Beesh vealee.