"Kodachrome" as written by and Micah Tawlks Stephen Christian Arnold....
Somewhere, in the back of your mind-
You'll remember.
Dragonfly, an unending while-
Broken signal.
Someday, when the water's warm-
You've forgotten.
Dirt and stone, flesh and bone-
Until then-

All you really have are your memories-
All you really have are your memories.
And this could be your last.

Kodachrome, overexposed-
No more mystery.
Burn the prints, no consequence-
Clear the history.

All you really have are your memories-
All you really have are your memories.
And this could be your last-
This could be your last.

Secret life, ambition's right-
You're the killer.
Turn the world, tell no one at all-
That it's slipping.

All you really have are your memories-
All you really have are your memories.
All you really have are your memories-
All you really have are your memories-
Are your memories, are your memories, are your memories.
And this could be your last-
This could be your last.
And this could be your last-
This could be yours-
This could be your last!


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    Song MeaningThis song parallels and applies the meaning to Introspect. Love and lust. I tend to believe this song is directly aimed at the conscience of the porn addict.

    "Burn the prints, no consequence-
    Clear the history."

    Also that it is a drive in this person to have a secret life that is getting out of hand.

    "Turn the world, tell no one at all-
    That it's slipping."

    But that there is freedom.

    "This could be your last!"

    Moral of the story: Freedom from self and its drives. If you want that life...The absolute maximal life.
    m7rk127on November 14, 2014   Link

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