"Divine" as written by and Kyle Phillip Erich Jake Michael Granier Taylor....
Breathe, and feel the air in your lungs
Breathe, and see how far that you’ve come
Even when our worlds collide
Just breathe in one more time

Step into this world
And see through my eyes
You’ll find that there is a love
Behind disguise
In this heart space
I feel perpetual grace
And through time
We will both survive

I can feel her taking me back
I can hear her calling me home
Mother nature suspended in time
We are one
We are divine

Living in a dream we can’t control

Breathe, and feel the air in your lungs
Breathe, and see how far that you’ve come
Even when our worlds collide
Just breathe in one more time

When doubtful feelings flood into my mind
I remember I’m here and I’m alive
It is human to feel
It is love that will heal
Even through the darkest of days

I can feel her taking me back
I can hear her calling me home
Mother nature suspended in time
We are one
We are divine

Living in a dream we can’t control
Living in a dream of reality

We are divine

Breathe, and feel the air in your lungs
Breathe, and see how far that you’ve come
Even when our worlds collide
Just breathe

This is serenity

Living in a dream we can’t control
Living in a dream, we are alive


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    Song MeaningBen Nairne in an interview when asked about the song said this:

    "Jake Taylor (vocalist) wrote the song while we were in transition between the beautiful area we call home and the cities we were touring in. Where we come from represents beautiful feminine side and the cities are the more masculine and rigid side to our lives. Sometimes you just have to take a moment to ‘breathe and feel the air in your lungs’ to be present in the moment wherever you are and “Divine” conveys this message."
    sokornyon July 07, 2015   Link
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    General CommentNot sure if I like the softly sung vocals or not. They tend to grind on me more than I enjoy them. Also I feel that the band loses some of their edge with those vocals.

    This contrast also is a little overdone today ... and I feel makes them more middle of the road than they otherwise would be if they removed those vocals.
    sokornyon July 07, 2015   Link

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