"Exit Calypsan (Only In My Dreams)" as written by Michael Elvis Baskette, Jessy Calvin Ribordy, Tom Cox, Jeremy Miller, Josh Shroy and Joe Kisselburgh....
This wind blows so softly, the movement still is in my mind.
This flag from, reedsport will start to catch beneathe the wind, catch beneathe the wind.

It's only in your dreams, it's only in your dreams. So exit the fall and now it's over.
it's only in your dreams.

this flight comes, it's nameless, the dark is calling out my name. escape with no traces. the movement burns inside my veins, burns inside my veins.

It's only in your dreams, it's only in your dreams. So exit the fall and now it's over.
it's only in your dreams.

This is the flight, this is the fall. this is the flight this is the fall.

It's only in your dreams, it's only in your dreams. So exit the fall and now it's over.
it's only in your dreams. It's only in your dreams, it's only in your dreams. So exit the fall and now it's over. it's only in your dreams.


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"Exit Calypsan" as written by Jessy Calvin Ribordy Jeremy Miller

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    General CommentIf you read the rest of Psalm 73 it pretty much makes sense. This song talks about how people go through life living for themselves, they think that they have it good. But in the end, they will realize that the only thing that matters is loving God. All the other distractions and pleasures don't matter. They are like dreams. So it's saying leave your life of sin, and come to Jesus. Exit the fall.
    earthlightson May 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI kind of get it. This song is about the dreams that we have. They may be bad "the dark is calling out my name" but when we wake up, we know that it is fake, and only God is real.


    Psalm 73:20

    As a dream when one awakes,
    so when you arise, O Lord,
    you will despise them as fantasies.
    swft24on March 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah I agree
    FullyXAliveon October 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti heart the town of reedsport :-)
    RiseUpStandTallon January 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI was at a Falling Up concert once when Jesse went into a little bit of detail about it. He said that a friend of his went into a woods, and three days later. Before he began singing he said something about diseases.

    To me, this song is saying that it's time. It's time to let go of the dreams of being strong, and not needing anyone. That we need God.
    headingnowhereon April 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI see it as the following:

    the song happens during/close to a person's death bed

    the first verse is experiencing the holy spirit
    the second verse is experiencing sin and the 'devil's call'
    the chorus is human rejection/denial to both
    the bridge is God stating that he made His will (verse 1) clear

    the song does not let us know if the person came back to God or not, but at the end they die "and now it's over"
    TheKarpon July 19, 2011   Link

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