Max Soon (1993)
In The Deepest Corner of My Heart
In The Deepest Corner Of My Heart
Somewhere beyond the mountains and the seas,
Beyond everything we could touch or see,
Beyond the furthest star there will ever be,
Lays a world, a kingdom, just for me.
It's a world that is entirely free,
I control the skies, and even the trees,
When it's hot, i just summon the breeze,
For honey, I just ask from the bees!
Every morning, the sun greets me with a smile,
And under the warm sun, I just lie for a while,
Enjoying this beautiful world, although it's so wild,
Looking up at the blue sky and I simply smile.
Running through the woods as if I'm a hound,
Enjoying the beautiful, the gorgeous nature,
Until I reach the furthest cliff where I slowly sit down,
Staring at this magnificent world, filled with wonder.
There is a cottage made out of leaves,
On the topmost peak where i can see,
In front, a clear river with a school of fish,
Gazing at the countless stars, making an impossible wish.
Away from all pressures and sorrows of reality,
In the deepest deepest corner of me,
Through the door where only I have the keys,
This world of my own continues to live.
With the presence of it, I feel free from boundaries,
The sadness I feel just suddenly cease,
Taken over by the feeling of glee,
and I just dwell in it happily.
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