Forget your fears,
and want no more.

At first light, lay proud foundations.
Sense the greatness, of that before you unfolds.
Seek no more, for hollow answers.
Answers that lay within you all along.

Farewell to dawns,
see through saddened eyes.
Farewell to pasts,
to sorrows chained.
Forget your fears,
and want no more.
You will be strong,
and want no more.
You'll be adored,
you will have everything.
You will be strong,
and want no more.
Forget your fears,
you will have everything.
And want no more...




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    General CommentVNV NATION "SONG MEANINGS" INSIDE
    15 page interview with Ronan Harris.

    dancemusic.about.com/od/artistshomepages/a/…
    HorsesMouthon April 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentVERY OBVIOUS:
    AFTER YOU DO ACID YOU FORGET MANY THINGS PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF THE CHEMICAL ANDS ITS PEMANENT SO THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT HOW AFTER THEY DO ACID MANY MEMORIES FADE
    You will be strong,
    and want no more.
    You'll be adored,
    you will have everything.
    You will be strong,
    HALLUCINOGENIC RESPONSE TO THE INTAKE OF ACID
    those are all symptoms
    acid_lsd666on January 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI see this song more about the futility of material possession. Desire for possession (i.e. seeking hollow answers) leads invariably to frustration, so by abandonning this desire (i.e. want no more) one can attain true fulfillment (i.e. strong, adored, etc...). Does that sound far-fetched ? Please let me know :)
    monsieurKarlon February 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of a speech of comfort to the dying, letting go of the world, letting the pointless be pointless, and letting the dying soul into a sense of comfort.
    No more striving for anything, to please anyone, no more seeking for answers.
    Velenoron December 14, 2010   Link

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