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Baha’i Blog Studio Sessions is an initiative where we invite Baha’is and their friends from around the world to come into a studio and share the Baha’i Writings put to music.
In this Baha’i Blog Studio Session, we’re in Paris, France with Samy Parak who sings “O Son of Justice” from the Writings of Baha’u’llah.
Lyrics & Quote
O SON OF JUSTICE! Whither can a lover go but to the land of his beloved? and what seeker findeth rest away from his heart’s desire? To the true lover reunion is life, and separation is death. His breast is void of patience and his heart hath no peace. A myriad lives he would forsake to hasten to the abode of his beloved.Baha’u’llah
Em Whither can D a lover go but CMaj7 to the land of his D beloved? Em His breast is void of Em9/D patience and CMaj7 his heart hath no Em9/D peace Em A myriad lives he would Em9/D forsake to hasten to CMaj7 the abode of his Em9/D beloved Em His breast is void of Em9/D patience and CMaj7 his heart hath no Em9/D peace Em A myriad lives he would Em9/D forsake to hasten to CMaj7 the abode of his Em9/D beloved Em, Em/C, D, Cmaj7, Em9/D Em O Son of justice Em9/D O Son of justice CMaj7 O Son of justice Em9/D O Son of justice Em O Son of justice Em9/D O Son of justice CMaj7 O Son of justice Em9/D O Son of justice Outro: Em, Em9/D, C, Em9/D Em
You can also listen to and download the audio version of this song from Baha’i Blog’s Soundcloud page here: “O Son of Justice” by Samy Parak [Audio Track]
Watch the entire Studio Sessions video series on Baha’i Blog’s YouTube Channel here: Baha’i Blog Studio Sessions playlist
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