Solstice:Circles

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“Circles”
Artist: Solstice
Albums: Circles (1996)

How high the moon above the temple
How high the sun above the shore
So deep the womb that brings us closer
A tribal hear the words

The walls you build can't stand for ever
Your (...?...) will bring you down
We will return when you have fallen
And we will take what's ours

The right to celebrate
The right to join as brothers
The right to touch the stones
The right is ours

And once again the tribe will gather
The words to sign (...?...) doors
The (...?...) laughter
And who will hear (...?...)

The right to celebrate
The right to join as sisters
The right to touch the stones
The right to join our brothers
The right to celebrate
The right to join as sisters
The right to touch the stones
The right is ours

...
Someone help me
Help me
Aaah
...
See what they're doing to us
...

What we've witnessed in the last half an hour here has been surely some of the most brutal action by police officers in Britain for a long time. Whatever the causes, the end product seems to be just hitting out violently by the police, with babies in those trucks and in those buses, and young women with those babies in their arms were hit as well. At one stage one of the cameramen (...?...) on this site. We got pushed and shoved to one side, but the worst of it all was the people in those coaches were trying to escape from the police, were just grabbed, their windows were smashed and they themselves were beaten and lying senselessly on the floor. And this is not over yet, they plan to carry on with their campaign around here for another day yet. But whether they'll survive after what happened at the hands of the police today we'll have to see. What we here, ITN camera crew, myself and reporters have seen in the last thirty minutes here in this field has been some of the most brutal police treatment of people that I've witnessed in my entire career as a journalist. There must be an inquiry, I don't know what the results will be of it, but on this day the number of people who have been hit by policemen, who have been clubbed whilst holding babies in their arms in coaches around this field, is still to be counted. What the end result will be we don't know, but there must surely be an inquiry after what's happened here today.

...

Someone help me
Help me
Aaah
...
See what they're doing to us
...


The right to celebrate
The right to join as sisters
The right to touch the stones
The right to join our brothers
The right to celebrate
The right to join as sisters
The right to touch the stones
The right is ours