This is an old Greek song with haunting lyrics full of melancholy and hurt pride - pathos, pathos, pathos, the stuff that reminds us of how small we really are and how much we need each other.
To paraphrase the words:
Don't pity me, send me away tonight
As if I'm a wildflower, cut me and my life
I've been around, I travel alone
My home is the road, and pain is my song
Send me away without pity, don't fear for my own
If it should snow or if it rains, this wildflower will go on.
I always get choked up listening to this song, and it's one of those songs that have been crafted in such a way that at the most poignant moment you must sing loudly to the heavens - and I haven't been able to without getting emotional.
I wish I could put it on the blog for you to listen to - maybe one day...