My dreams are my own.
I lay my tired body down,
head on my pillow,
pull up the sheets,
when they appear before me,
a melee, making themselves heard.
Kun Fayakun comes from Arabic words “Kun(كن)” which means “to be” or “to exist” and “fayakun (فيكون)” which means “it is”. So its literal meaning is “Be, and it is”.
Shalom! Salaam! I come in peace, brother
I’m one of you, I’m not the other
Forget what’s happened, it’s all in the past
Let’s build something together, something to last
What’s done is done, let it be forgotten
We’ve all got to live under the same sun
Not Christian, not Hindu, neither Muslim, nor Jew
You’re just like me and I, like you
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