I found the fragrance separate from the flower
In all the logic I was lost
I found the fair light blossom to be sour
And beneath the soil the real cost

You came to me
Carelessly
I am iris and the lense
The bridge adjusting to the water, water, water
Water...
The level inside will rise
A fallen monument lies

A prism is only walls
My arms will not be bars
The well now is your support
In auto-suggested pathways you are caught

You came to me
Carelessly
I am iris and the lense
The bridge adjusting to the water, water, water
Water...
The level inside will rise
A fallen monument lies


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    General CommentThis song is about the need for proper land surveying & mapping when planning large-scale public infrastructure projects.
    harrizonnon March 04, 2012   Link
  • +1
    Song MeaningThis song is deep...I'll have to break it apart.

    The fragrance separate from the flower: Sensations, such as love, seemingly come from an outside source. But in actuality all of existence is an internal experience.

    In all the logic I was lost: I had thought life was about "knowing things" and less about experiencing them as they are.

    I found the so-called "entertainment" we find in this world to be sour,
    and our environment suffers for it.

    You came to me carelessly.
    I am the Creator of my own reality
    Like a bridge adjusting to the water, I adjust to whatever comes my way.
    As this new level of knowing in my rises, I abandon my old way of thinking as a crumbled monument.

    This Earth is only walls, we exist as something greater outside of this existence (our higher self)
    I won't restrain myself anymore
    The world now (humanity's collective consciousness) is lost in form (distractions and pleasure-seeking devices)

    In auto-suggested pathways you are caught: You'll just keep on this destructive path, because you've programmed your brain that way.
    Glenn47on August 28, 2012   Link

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