Glenn Diamond | Far Away Beyond the Stars

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Far Away Beyond the Stars

by Glenn Diamond

The song is intended as a tribute to Native American Indians, and the tribes of the Americas. It is the story of a wise man, who saw the future, and the life of his people. It is also a song of hope, and of understanding.
Genre: Country: Americana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a re-recording of a song I released about a year ago. This time -- I think -- we did a better job of recording, and mastering. We also did a new video, which can be seen on my You Tube channel: http://www.youtube.com/glenndiamond

The song is intended as a tribute to Native American Indians, and the tribes of the Americas. It is the story of a wise man, who saw the future, and the life of his people. It is also a song of hope, and of understanding. And, it is a good story. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for listening.

Here are the lyrics:

Far Away Beyond The Stars

Once there was a great man
Who rode with the sun
Somewhere in the great plains
Of the West from yesteryear,

Across the wild and open range
He rode a trail unmarked
Freedom to him was the wind
The spirit of the plains – and he saw:

Far away,
Far away beyond the stars,
Far away,
Far away across this land,
Far Away,
Where others could not see,
Far away,
Far away beyond the stars;

Once there was a great man
Who knew what would be
The world that was coming soon
Would be the end of him,

The spirit of the mountain wind
The bite of the winter chill
Would soon be part of history
Of the West from yesteryear – and he saw:

Far away,
Far away beyond the stars,
Far away,
Far away across this land,
Far Away,
Where others could not see,
Far away,
Far away beyond the stars;

He saw that one day there would be
No more Buffalo
He shed a tear for his family
His sons who would never know,

Riding free across the plains
Following the wind
All this now would soon the lost
In the West of yesteryear – and he saw:

Far away,
Far away beyond the stars,
Far away,
Far away across this land,
Far Away,
Where others could not see,
Far away,
Far away beyond the stars;

Once there was a great man
They say he could see
The future of his people
And the way things would be,

And although he died long ago
His visions all came true
A hundred years of sadness
Has finally come to the end – that he saw:

Far away,
Far away beyond the stars,
Far away,
Far away across this land,
Far Away,
Where others could not see,
Far away,
Far away beyond the stars;

Far away,
Far away beyond the stars.


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