"Can You Travel in the Dark Alone" as written by and Peter A. Sando Jr.....
You are lost in the ocean of your dreams and what is real
But the blue green surface only covers what you feel
And the lighthouse that you find
Casts a beam across your mind and there's your home
But don't you ever wonder could you travel in the dark
Alone
You can sail by yourself but you're never on your own
You will search for the light in the way that you have
Known
And the lighthouse on the shore
Casts a beam into your door and there's your home
But don't you ever wonder could you travel in the dark
Alone

When your eyes start to think of all the things that
Can't be seen
You can stare into the darkness and discover what I mean
And the lighthouse that you see
Casts a beam that shines on me and there's your home
But don't you ever wonder could you travel in the dark
Alone


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"Can You Travel in the Dark Alone" as written by Peter A Jr Sando

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    My InterpretationThe light house is a crutch. Home is their center/ happy place. The dark is some scary thing.

    If you could always find your happy place, no matter what the circumstance then you're like... Buddha.

    But, in the song, this person has never really faced his fear without the crutch and is questioning himself.

    "I always make it through tough circumstances, but I have always done it with a crutch. Am I competent, or is it the crutch?"

    I assume he will risk losing the gifts he has (and the benefits they provide) to prove to himself that he can get by without them.

    All that being said, I think the situation can be tied to a lot of things. Leaving home, changing jobs, doing heavy drugs... who knows?
    leemodon October 27, 2014   Link

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