I discovered their translations and their stories through DJ Zap Mangusta of Radio MonteCarlo.
The first is Sting's song: Let your soul be your pilot.
Sting wrote it for a friend of his, who had been diagnosed HIV, in the years when this disease appeared and was considered totally deadly.
It's a real little DreamWalking Transition.
[Actually you can apply it for everything in your life, I mean, your soul]
For me, the beauty of this song is that Sting wrote and talked about the soul. Not of God, not of religions, not of many other things. Only about the most fundamental thing: one's own soul. Also because your soul cannot do anything else if focus on itself as a place full of love, wonder and integration.
The second song is Leave a light on by Tom Walker.
It was also written for a friend of his. Not because he was in transition, but because he was experiencing drugs and being "lost".
But it's not important; you can also apply it to a DreamWalking Transition because the author writes to leave a light on.
And as I explain in these website pages, a DreamWalker Transition is a guide, a light, a lighthouse, for the aspect that has left the body and is in front of a possible beautiful journey.
... Dream ... Walker ... Guide :-)