"Paradox" as written by Steve Walsh and Kerry A Livgren....
I'm on fire, burning with the question in my mind
Strange desire, seems there's nothing else for me to find
'Cause I've been here, and I've been there
Seems like I've been everywhere before
I've seen it all a hundred times
Still I think there surely must be more

I've been livin', I had to take my time and change my style
Now I wonder is something gonna make it all worthwhile
I know there's more than meets the eye
I'd like to see it 'fore I die for sure
Something tells me it's all right,
Only one step closer to the door

There ain't no feelin', feels the same as findin' out the key
Now I'm reelin', thinking of the things that I might see

I'm not afraid to face the light
I'm not afraid to think that I might fall
I was going nowhere fast
I was needing something that would last



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"Paradox" as written by Kerry A Livgren Kerry Livgren

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    General CommentKansas plays very well with this song.
    Pink_Floyd_fanon April 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song and I think it is showing a great desire for change, after the narrator has changed his/herself. This song really expresses the way I felt myself a while ago.
    hossynossy04on June 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about how, even if you saw everything in the world a hundred times over, there would still be those unexplained questions about life.
    malec2bon June 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti always loved this song.
    Ummagumma69on March 26, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationThe songs is no doubt about the search for the meaning of life. Kerry found it in christian faith; Steve is probably still searching...
    Urgerton February 05, 2014   Link

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