"Maybe" as written by and Roland....
The sky now divides
To bring you back into the fold
Welcome home
Still my need to recognize
Any comfort you may show
Only grows

Guess I'll learn to accommodate
While my heart just sits and waits
Maybe God you found
Maybe is all that you can offer now
Where am I to take refuge
When the storms of pain release
Shelter me

This blessedness of life
Sometimes brings me to my knees
I call on thee
I have not the words to write
A Farewell to you tonight
Maybe God you found
Maybe is all that you can offer now
I know hearts are weeping
While your voice is now singing
On high, angel on high


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Maybe" as written by Ed Roland

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, KAREN SCHAUBEN PUBLISHING ADMINISTRATION

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    General CommentTo start off...this song is awesome. It was written in memory of Kib Browning. I'm not sure who that is. Its a song of hope and wishfulness. "Maybe God you found Maybe is all that you can offer now" Hope that one day this person will be reunited w/.
    Cuevoon April 19, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI miss you now that you're gone, and I don't understand why you had to go. I guess I "need to recognize any comfort you might show." I soon realized that you are better off where you are right now because, "maybe, God you found." Now you're a singing angel. You may be gone, but your memory is still with us..."while your voice is now singing on high, angel on high."
    stixx_n_stringson February 20, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentcool cool who is kib browning?
    Neruon August 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentGosh I don't know - I thought this song was about a close friend of a band member's who "found God" - but for some reason I thought it was in a cynical sense, as in a born-again Christian abandoning his friends because of his newfound religious fervor. If you think about it, the lyrics actually make sense for that interpretation. But there is no sarcastic or bitter tone in the song, just a relaxed, enlightened tone, and the "in memory of Kib Browning" sounds like somebody who dies, which means it was a song written to someone who maybe found Heaven. Still cannot find out who Kib Browning is, but there is a collectivesoul.com with message boards.... haven't got around to searching them.
    stoolhardyon September 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsong rulses, i mean it jsut does, sounds like the kinda thing you play at a funeral though, an optimistic funeral, but still a funeral
    Its me Its DDPon November 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is a beautiful elegy off the best collective soul album (in my opinion..i like how the contrast of the dark and hopeful undertones in the album bring ahumane feel to it...and this is easily the best song of that album...
    thecolorsblueon March 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentReminds me so much of my Grandmother...


    She was the best person I've ever known.
    ebannawon April 01, 2011   Link

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