You say to yourself,
"Nothing will shake me"
You take hold of the world to find yourself.
You find yourself so empty.

What have you let go of and for?
What have you let go of?

You were a brother before you were a king
when you're determined what will you be?
You were a tower lifted up so tall.
We have to gasp as we see the height from which you fall.

You wanna hide beneith the pretty paint.
You wanna be okay with everything.
You wanna be transformed and stay the same.
You wanna be dry in the rain.

You loved you skin and dropped the "K".
You were called to be free.
Do you wish again to be enslaved?
One hand to the sky, the other to your side.
Clinging to a bag filled with two thousand dollar bills.

What have you let go of and for?
What have you let go of?



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Two Pianos song meanings
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    General CommentI think the title of this song has nothing to do with the words, but I'm not sure. It seems to just be referring to the two pianos that duo the whole way through this song.

    "Love your skin, and drop the K"
    Beautiful!!! "Drop the K" refers to gold. When you "drop the K" you put in other materials that aren't worth as much as the pure gold. It goes from 24 karot to 14 karot or something like that. When we allow something else to become our love (our skin/self) we don't have as much purity of heart.

    Their website has scripture verses for lots of these words.
    sequence#3on October 02, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is just me, but I've always assumed "You love your skin-drop the 'K'" would infer that you love your sin, since "sin" is "skin" w/o the k... maybe it's just me...
    dan4887on March 20, 2006   Link

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