"Anti-Gravity" as written by and Joseph Robert Rickard Joshua E. Baker....
The more I fight, the more I work
The more I dig into the dirt
To be fed up, to be let down
To somehow turn it all around
But then fate knocks me to my knees
And sets new heights beyond my reach
Below the earth, below concrete
The whole world shackled to my feet

Then it falls away into the great escape
Over walls and weights
This anti-gravity taking over me

And far below, the carnivores,
Are looking up to where I soar
Above the clouds, above the storm
Above the earth I am transformed
The energy has set me free
And pulled me through the galaxy
I've risen up beyond the sky
I am awake, I am alive

As it falls away into the great escape
Over walls and weights
This anti-gravity
Let it fly through the universe
Into the outer space
Over walls and weights
This anti-gravity taking over me

I won't come down

If you wanna break free
You know where to find me

Anti-gravity


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"Antigravity" as written by Joseph Robert Rickard Dustin Paul Bates

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    General CommentThis song gives me such a great feeling, a numbing happy, everything's going to be alright feeling. Its like a weight has been lifting off of me. And I think that is what this song is about....

    Through all the pain and suffering in our lives, through all the aches, through all the feelings. Passed our depleted physical needs, passed our wants, our failures lies a light at the end of the tunnel. There is always an end to the pain. The weight will be removed!
    DJN8on February 28, 2015   Link
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    General CommentI agree to be it's all about the weight of the world coming off of you. Beautiful song. I played it for my friend recently and she loved it. She knows that when I'm with her I forget about all the darkness in my life because she always finds a way to take me to another place.
    victor1123on November 17, 2015   Link

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