"The Space For This" as written by and Paul Masvidal Sean Reinert....
Space, raise my arms
Space, wake my eyes
Space, grace my heart

Can I be the space for this

Soft omens
Traced in air
Phantom warnings
Disassembling the captain?s chair

Can I be the space for this
Will I be the space for this

Breathe out, breathe in

Out of ruins
We?ve haunted like owls
The future druids
Drop the crystal goblet forming spells

Can I be the space for this
Will I be the space for this

Breathe in, breathe out
Must I bend the sky to realize

A bundle of thoughts
On a dirty cloth perfumed
To tell you who you are
A bundle of thoughts
On a lonely ghost pursuit
Lost inside the space for this

Raise my arms
Space, wake my eyes
Space, grace my heart

Can I be the space for this
Will I be the space for this
Breathe in, breathe out
Must I bend the sky to realize

Can I be the space for this (I will)
Will I be the space for this
Must I bend the sky to recognize

I can be the space for this
I will be the space for this

I am now the space for this
I am now the space for this
I just bend the sky and realize



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"The Space for This" as written by Sean Reinert Paul Masvidal

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    General CommentFor me, I believe this song is about Yoga and channeling Meditation through it. It could just be for me because I practice it, but these lines specifically are what point it out to me the most...

    "Space, raise my arms
    Space, wake my eyes
    Space, grace my heart"

    "Breathe in, breathe out"

    These four lines are, to me, all obvious references to Yoga itself.

    "I can be the space for this
    I will be the space for this"

    This to me is a reference to a sort of awakening and evocation of enlightenment entering the body and mind. After all, Paul is a long time practitioner of Kriya Yoga
    schizodelighton March 26, 2012   Link

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