I've walked a thousand miles, my feet nude, stepping on the burning sand,
The intense heat turns into cooling air as the sun descends.
I've walked a thousand miles and discovered love, hope and bravery,
But behind all those qualities I had unfortunately discovered blissful hatred, pessimism and fear.
I rested with you while on my unpredictable journey,
Being in your arms I wish I had died so I wouldn't have to get up without your consolatory tenderness that would follow me through my haunting days,
I wish I would've died in your arms so I wouldn't have to wake up with the stabbing truth.
I've walked a thousand miles with a dagger clasped in my heart,
Wearing a afflictive, but disarming smile,
Looking up to the sky, asking it to shower tears,
Feed the soil for they thirst,
Give me purity and wash away the dirt that clings to my skin.
I've walked a thousand miles, my voyage comes to a bitter end,
I walked a thousand miles and I've never been so exasperated in my awaken dream...