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This Broken Soul is a song at the end of The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night, sung during the credits. It was composed by Rebecca Kneubuhl and Gabriel Mann, and sung by Rebecca Kneubuhl herself.

Feeling

The song has a sad, peaceful, and beautiful atmosphere. It is meant to represent Spyro's relationship with Ignitus.[1]

An instrumental version of this song is played in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon, while Ignitus escorts Spyro and Cynder through the Belt of Fire and into the Burned Lands. This song may also describe Spyro's sad feelings from when he had to seal Cynder, Sparx, and himself in a Time Fury Crystal in the Well of Souls to save their lives.

Popularity

The song is popular on YouTube. It has spawned many videos, most of them featuring Spyro and Cynder, but it has also found its way in to other themed videos.

Lyrics

Oh Holy land
Come ancient spirit
Take up my hand
And guide me

Pull me to shore
Rivers are rising
Look in this heart
And find me

I've lost my way
Your voice is silent
I need you here
To remind me

Show me now
How to find my home
All I am
Surrender

Let the water flow right through this broken soul

I fought by your side
Ashes still burning
I proved my worth
So tell me why

I've lost my way
Your voice is silent
I need you here
To remind me

Show me now
How to find my home
All I am
Surrender

Tell me that you can forgive
Bring me peace that I may live

Show me now
How to find my home
All I am
Surrender

Oh sweet rest
Find me at my home
Stay with me
Forever

Let the water flow right through this broken soul

Trivia

  • The "Holy Land" and "Ancient Spirit" mentioned in the lyrics may be referring to Heaven and God respectively.

References

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