Khorasan

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Khorasan Lyrics

By: Sami Yusuf


Khorasan
I have come
Here alone

In my dream
Earth and stone
Turned to gold

Was that you
Long ago
Khorasan?

Can you guide me to the treasures I have lost?
Can you show me every secret I forgot?
When I came you asked me where I had come from
You said my homeland was my kingdom all along

Khorasan
I must go
Send me home

Breathe in me

I have healed
I have grown

Give me peace
In my soul
Khorasan

Can you guide me to the treasures I have lost?
Can you show me every secret I forgot?
When I came you asked me where I had come from
You said my homeland was my kingdom and my secret all along

Khorasan,
Send me home
Khorasan.

Khorasan:
Khorasan is inspired by the stories ‘In Baghdad Dreaming of Cairo: In Cairo, Dreaming of Baghdad’ by Rumi, and ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho. Sometimes the treasures we are looking for have been with us all along, but it can take a long journey to discover this. Khorasan is a historical region of Persia that provides the destination of this spiritual journey, where we discover the answers to the secrets of this world were inside us all along.


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3 thoughts on “Khorasan”

    • Khorasan is persish and means „land of the rising sun“. It was a historical region lying in central asia, including afghanistan.

      The main cities of Khorasan were Balkh and Herat (now in Afghanistan), Mashhad and Nishapur (now in northeastern Iran), Merv and Nisa (now in southern Turkmenistan), and Bukhara and Samarkand (now in Uzbekistan).

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