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Look in the interior it's all full of life
look in this shadow but always leave the light on
mysterious all full of life
loom into shadows but always kept the light on
I'll discover it over I'll be hovered and mostly gone
I'd like to restart it all over with mountains full of gold
Discover the way only in the inferior
Constantly followed holding into light
Mysterious all full of love
Doom into shadows but always leave the light on
I realize it's in my mind installed
I find it's in my mind in stone
I'll discover it over I'll be hovered and mostly gone
I'd like to restart it all over with mountains full of gold
I've been stumbling all over I'll be stuck in this lonely and
I'll minimize the evil kind of love destroying
All the evil kind of thoughts installed
Settle down my evil start minimize my evil side

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    General Commentoh, man... i had this song on repeat during my quarter-life existential crisis. it was (and still is!) such a beautiful source of comfort for me. listening to these astoundingly poetic words immediately puts me into a state of blissful calm.

    as for the meaning:
    it's referencing a rebirth (could be anything - spiritual, relationship, existential...), overcoming a difficult experience, and exiting the darkness of a tunnel into the beautiful, beautiful light.

    it's about keeping that light on (of love, hope, optimism, and beauty) always, no matter what dark corners and shadows we have to confront. it's about the determination to battle the darkness within, turn away from evil and hate within ourselves and the world by embracing our soul's inner light... seriously. darkness is a natural force in the world, it will always exist, but by seeking to minimize its power and influence over us, our potential for positive progression is limitless.

    love is all, all is love. namaste, everyone!
    jewdifulon November 19, 2011   Link

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