"Innervision" as written by Daron Malakian, Serj Tankian, Shavo Odajian and John Dolmayan....
I have a home
Longing to roam
I have to find you
I have to meet you

Sanctum your face
Slowing your pace
I need your guidance
I need to seek my

Innervision
Innervision

My pupils dance
Lost in a trance
Your sacred silence
Losing all violence

Stars in their place
Mirror your face
I have to find you
I need to seek my

Innervision
Innervision

It's never too late to reinvent the bicycle
Small breaks for the new
Giving you life
Giving you force

It's never too late to reinvent the bicycle
Small breaks for the new
Giving you life
Giving you force

Vision!

Innervision
Innervision
Innervision
Innervision
Innervision

Your sacred silence
Losing all violence


Lyrics submitted by mycatharsis

"Innervision" as written by Shavo Odajian Daron Malakian

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  • +5
    General CommentTHIS SONG IS ABOUT SEARCHING FOR ONE'S HIGHER SELF (INNER GUIDING FORCE) AND REINVENTING (EVOLVING) YOUR MODE OF TRANSPOTATION (YOUR BODY) A NEW, BY USING THE POWER OF LIGHT (THE LIFE FORCE)! I PERSONALLY RECOMMEND READING THE BOOK "SPIRITUAL GROWTH" BY SANAYA ROMAN IF YOU FEEL COMPELLED BY THIS SONG, HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR SIMPLY DESIRE MORE LOVE, PEACE, AND SECURITY IN YOUR LIFE =)
    SEPLon May 01, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI am really not sure but maybe he is looking for insight or a new idea? meditation? As for reinventing the bicycle it could be kinda like the their music its different than anything before it but they didnt invent music they reinvited it? Maybe? I think its about meditation though seems to make sense. I'll think about it some more later...
    FreeThinker863on April 18, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti think its about this guy, possibly a mentor, and hes lost him, and he wants to reunite w/him and hes helped him find himself and hes lost w/o him
    Kdog30001on April 19, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI might be wrong, but i think this song is about finding your true self. Lost in a trance, my pupil dance, i think just means some sort of meditation, trying to find answers to life, and to yourself. It's never too late to reinvent the bicycle i think simply means it's never too late to turn around and start anew in whatever you are doing, being it your career of things you want to change in your life.

    As for Your sacred silence, losing all violence, i think this means that finding yourself will end all violence, as meaning thoughts of suicide and using your sacred silence to signify you not looking for help in your problems, and overall meaning that if you find yourself your sacred silence, will lose all violence, losing all thoughts of suicide or negative thoughts.

    Serj is a genius.
    plouffe_01on October 17, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentLife is like a bicycle, it only stands in balance when it is in motion. Even though 'there's only one true path in life', you can change the means by which you travel.
    theamnesiacon April 23, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is one of system's best songs. it's pacey and the harmony in the chorus is superb. how did this not get on the album?
    xpankfrisston February 17, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah, this is one of my favorite songs by them...but what does it mean?
    The Kevinon April 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah, this is one of my favorite songs by them...but what does it mean?
    The Kevinon April 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentmy screen name is 3733432 than yours
    Shawnon May 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTURN UP YOUR TREBLE, MUTE THE BASS
    AND HEAR
    "SIGNS OF YOUR FACE, SLOWING YOUR PACE"
    (LOWERING VIBRATION)
    ALTHOUGH SANCTUM IS ALSO IN CONTEXT TO THE SONG
    (1. A HOLY PLACE 2. A PERSONS PRIVATE ROOM)
    SEPLon May 02, 2002   Link

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