Like an angel who has forsaken sympathy Rise up, young boy, and make yourself a legend! Blue skies and beckoning winds Are trying to open the door of your heart But you're gazing at me as if you cannot see You just stand there, smiling vacantly Your eyes hold such innocence You're blind to the fate that will soon come to pass But it's summoning you with a touch like a sigh You seek it without knowing why But, someday, I know that you will be awakened And your eyes will finally see These wings on your back are just waiting to guide you The future will soon set you free! This cruel thesis, a spiteful angel's litany Will soon soar from the window of your destiny White-hot pathos, a desecrated symphony Stay true to this and don't betray your memory! Come now, reach out, you must embrace reality!
Sleeping ever on In the cradle of my love The morning where only you Shall be called a missionary of dreams comes. Beams of moonlight Pour onto your neck Stopping time all over the world How I want to grasp them But if the encounter between us Is to have meaning I must truly know The Bible to know freedom The Cruel Angel's Thesis The sadness shall then begin The shape of the life that you embraced When you awaken to that dream Shining more light than anyone else Rise young boy, to the heavens like a legend While people spin love To make history Without such a goddess I shall live The Cruel Angel's Thesis Enters through the window of your soul If you should betray the chapel of your memories The Cruel Angel's Thesis bleeds through a portal like your pulsing blood So, boy stand tall and embrace the fire of the legend Embracing the universe like a blazing star! All lyrics are property and copyright of their respective authors, artists and labels. All lyrics provided for educational purposes only.
It centers on the Hills, an American family in the fictional city of Arlen, Texas. Patriarch and main character Hank Hill, who works as assistant manager at Strickland Propane, is the everyman and general protagonist of the series. Hank is friends with other residents on his block, especially Bill Dauterive, Dale Gribble, and Jeff Boomhauer, all of whom he has known since elementary school. The show attempts to maintain a realistic approach, seeking humor in the conventional and mundane aspects of everyday life.