"Now I see that I've been blind! My universe begins to roll every time I change my mind. We were sentenced to a prison hole ten thousand years ago with memories searing through our souls of living death and dying old. The rhythmic song of distant suns sing "We've drifted far from Shore, You and I shared many lives before". I remember, mirrored darkly, when I try; Shapeless Shades of Nothingness, without a Cause or Reason why, Pretenders in A Game of Life. Dreams we dream while we're alive, Realities we build of Lies; Illusions of Our Will. There is No One to blame. The Eternal Now remains.... and Love is still the same."
The Greatest Performance of The Greatest Musical Masterpiece written by Ludwig van Beethoven -- 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827) was a German composer and pianist.
Text of the fourth movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony is largely taken from Schiller's "Ode to Joy", with a few additional introductory words written specifically by Beethoven (shown in italics). The text without repeats is shown below, with a literal translation into English: