"Nachash" as written by Andrew Francis Goddard, Mark Daniel Hosking, Ian Lewis Kenny, Stephen Charles Judd and Jonathan Peter Stockman....
Subtle a waves in motion.
Shape is borrows and alder ground.
Where our lives are gold.
Stuck in the door.

Here we go. Our minds recoil.
Out of control, in this spinning wheel.
Starting to face what we feed and what we can't ignore.

Starting to swell.
This is bigger than you.
I thought it could be something beautiful.
It's beginning to feel like we're part of something big.

When I change I signal that some days it's feeling cold.
Fractured my sleep.
Now this shaking sky means the shows have started.
And we await to carry away all the promises.

I feel it, take it and you're open
And I feel it taking you over.

I'm feeling you'll make it.
Your colors all fade to gray.
Here in the light of my darkest day.
Silent.

I settle my thoughts so maybe
I can relax into my sigh.

My mind's always window shopping,
but I can't afford the payment.
I feel like I've wasted my last chance
to try

Wait. I'm here in this moment
Pivotal moment
It's taking me over.

Starting to swell.
This is bigger than you.
I thought it could be something beautiful.
It's beginning to feel like we're part of something real.


Lyrics submitted by endorphinrush, edited by BreatheNow

"Nachash" as written by Ian Kenny Andrew Goddard

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    My InterpretationThere is a large amount of heritage behind us. The consumptive habits of humans fall into old predictable patterns, but soon we are going to have to face the destruction and problems that our usual ways have brought.

    These systems are so much larger than any of us, they are all consuming. The aggregate effects of our consumptive ways of life are becoming clear. Our normal ways of doing things are bringing about problems like never before. Climate disaster, and unrest are becoming increasingly common. "The shows have started" and these disasters come at the cost of the promises we have been made about the future. Society cannot go on without changing. It isn't going to be as smooth as we in the first world have been led to believe.
    The impending problems are large and daunting and it feels hopeless to struggle against. It feels depressing.

    But wait,

    We are the ones alive on the planet at this pivotal moment. The future is lost without us. The time in which we exist makes our impact critical. There has never been a better time to stand up and make yourself heard. There has never been a more important time to make yourself known.
    BreatheNowon June 30, 2017   Link

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