Ohtokani

Ohtokani 
This name arises from an old language, spoken from an ancient culture.
Nahuatl.
One of the last relicts of the Aztecs.
And it means 'Wanderer'.

And as the time wanders, travels the soul.
I am a traveller with a wild gypsy heart,
following the call of the wind. 

It is this deep inexplicable desire
that drives me 
and which you can find
in the lyrics of my songs.

Therefore I have chosen this name to be 
the sound of my soul.

May these words and my music 
remind you
of your inner beauty and
wisdom.


OHTOKANI 

 

 

 

Do you feel?  
change has come.
Fears are melting under the sun.
Can you see?
It has begun.
We are dancing under the sun.

 

 

Call me back
to your coast.
Call me back
to your coast.
Smooth the waves
of my fate.



Oh I’ve been around oh oh

Oh I’ve seen many things. 
Oh without any doubt I can say  
the world oh is steeped in nameless beauty.
But at the end of the day
you must open your eyes to see!

Oh doomed child of civilization 

Ground yourself into creation
You just cannot remember  
who you were.
Your roots grow deep
into the earth;

We beloooooong to the sea.

Oh Oh coming from  the rivers.
We beloooooong to the trees.
Oh Oh our brothers and sisters
The Moon and the night
The sun and the light
Oh we are.

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh

Travelling spirits, forever old  

children of earth, she carries our souls.
She helps us to grow (2x)
Whatever we need, wherever we seek
She satisfy our needs! (oooh)
She helps us to grow (2x)
Uuuh uuuh uuuh uuuh uuuh!

We beloooooong to the sea.

Oh Oh coming from  the rivers.
We beloooooong to the trees.
Oh Oh our brothers and sisters
The Moon and the night
The sun and the light
Oh we are.

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh

We belooooooong to the earth!
We belooooooong to the earth!