"Sunday Afternoon" as written by and Kyle Hunt Alexander Maas....
Come on, over here
It's all right, over here
In the silent, empty places,
It's shining, in the shadows

It's all right, over here
It's OK, over here
Up in my tree, where you can see
Crystal visions, on a Sunday

You know that you don't even know
(Yeah yeah yeah)
You think just like they told you to
(Yeah yeah yeah)
Look within you for the Kingdom,
Then you'll see, you can see.

Come on, over here
It's all right, over here
In the middle, of the daytime,
Feel the colors, pull from inside

And come on, over here,
It's all right, over here
With your new eyes, turn on your light
Let your love glow, leave your ego

You know that you've just got to go
(Yeah yeah yeah)
You were blind, trapped inside their sty
(Yeah yeah yeah)
But now you see that you know nothing
So just go and let it show

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"Sunday Afternoon" as written by Geary Christian Bland Alexander Maas


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    General CommentAnother track about psychedelic journeys and the revelations they can present. Digging the 13th Floor Elevators-esc electric jug sounds at the beginning, sounds a lot like "Through the Rhythm."
    aussieblueson October 11, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is all about being yourself and how you are better and more beautiful that way.

    I think the voice that's saying to "come over here" and "It's alright over here" is the voice within us, which is saying that it's OK to be yourself, and that you don't always have to please everyone around you or worry about what they think about you.

    Awesome band!
    STUBBYon May 29, 2013   Link

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