"Dance Of The Stars" as written by and John Timothy Power....
We rarely recognise the source
We barely touch upon the shores
Though blinded by the force

And who's to say what's in between
Can we ascend to where we've been?
Respond to what we've seen?

Are we in touch with things afar?
Are we to be all that we are?
We dance amongst the stars

You better make your move
Make your move to where you are
You're so far away
Out of touch with who you are

We look to see the moment pass
The instant falls within our grasp
We long to make it last

And who's to say how we define?
If we're to draw a constant line
A circle turns in time

You better make your move
Make your move to where you are
You're so far away
Out of touch with who you are
Why don't you reach where you are?
Why don't you shine like a star?

Altogether Altogether

We seldom seize upon the chance
We only glimpse at it at a glance
When shaken from our trance

Fine line divides between the two
For here stands I and there stands you
Connected by one truth

You gotta make your move
Make your move to where you are
You're so far away
Out of touch with who you are
Why can't you reach where you are?
Why don't you shine like a star?


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    General Commentwhy don't you shine like a star?
    i don't know - maybe he didn't get love he got a psychopath,maybe he's haunted by his past mistakes.He's with a pschopath-he's a drunk. maybe he's in a straight jacket i.e medication thus can't move forward.i don't know- are these lyrics real-what's real? i don't know- i'm screwed up i'll have another beer- lost in hell
    mr certainon May 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commentas a reference point a psychopaths mission is to turn a good or/and vulnerible persons heart/soul rotten-causing mayhem whilst they appear whiter than white
    mr certainon May 25, 2006   Link

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