I stared at a walnut for hours, had time off from work
I was so glad it resembled a brain
"I must be a part of something", I said to myself
If pieces of nature looks the same

I climbed a mountain, just to be sure it was a mountain
I stood at the top and I said: "Man, this surely is a mountain"
I felt a slight comfort as I climbed down
That nature was constant when you fail to be around
Volcanos, the water I'm boiling: keep on erupting
There is a storm coming in tonight
They're tying their shoes now, they're raising their fists now
They're smacking their lips and they're starting a fight

There's a mathematical model that emulates
How birds fly in flocks, I've heard
There must be a reason I must be a part of
If you can calculate a bird

But I grew up next to a sea
I know all about the surface laying still
When something's building up from underneath
I'm lying still, I'm lying still, always will
I'm lying still, I'm lying still, always will
I'm lying still, I'm lying still, always will
I'm lying still, I'm lying still, always will
I'm lying still, I'm lying still, always will

There's a mathematical model that emulates

There must be a reason I must be a part of

There's a mathematical model that emulates
How birds fly in flocks, I've heard
There must be a reason I must be a part of
If you can calculate a bird


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Pieces of Nature song meanings
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    General CommentThis song is actually titled "Parts of nature" but I couldn't edit the title :(
    samystosaon November 03, 2014   Link

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