"Pandemonium (single Versions)" as written by James Samuel Iii/lewis Harris and Prince Nelson....
She talks of supernatural aeons that we'll make
She says "look behind the wave of changes" feel the future taking shape

I can see tomorrow
I can see the world to come
I can see tomorrow
Hear the pandemonium

I ask her of her next of kin and loved ones in her care
She gestures all around her then she whispers "everywhere
"There is no nuclear family required any more
"My parents are the village and the village is the law"

I can see tomorrow
I can see the world to come
I can see tomorrow
Hear the pandemonium
Hear the pandemonium

She said "unlearn you must forget the values that you hold
"Life is not longevity and beauty is the only goal"

I can see tomorrow
I can see the world to come
I can see tomorrow
Hear the pandemonium
Hear the pandemonium

Cymbals that crash and pipes of pan awaken from your trance
There is no retribution here see how the heathen dance

I can see tomorrow
I can see the world to come
I can see tomorrow
Hear the pandemonium
Hear the pandemonium

The prisoner sat motionless, his cell was six by four.
He walked to the horizon without walking through the door.
We found ourselves converging as we walked towards the sun.
Apart from all discussion, we were functioning as one.

I can see tomorrow
I can see the world to come
I can see tomorrow
Hear the pandemonium


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"Pandemonium" as written by James Harris Iii James Samuel Iii Harris

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    General CommentPandæmonium is the capital of Hell in the epic poem Paradise Lost by the 17th century English poet John Milton.
    John Martin's 1825 engraving "Pandemonium".
    "Pandæmonium" (American English "Pandemonium") stems from Greek "παν", meaning "all" or "every", and "δαιμόνιον", meaning "little spirit" or "little angel", or, as Christians interpreted it, "little daemon", and later, "demon" (thus roughly translated as "All Demons"); or it can be interpreted as Παν-δαιμον-ειον = "all-demon-place". It is the name invented by John Milton for the capital of Hell, "the High Capital, of Satan and his Peers", built by the fallen angels at the suggestion of Mammon at the end of Book I, Paradise Lost (1667). A comparison in meaning can be made with "pantheon", which refers to all of the gods. Book II begins with the debate among the demons in the council-chamber of Pandæmonium. The demons built it in about an hour, but it far surpassed all human palaces or dwellings; it may have been small, though, since the demons are described as shrinking from their titanic size in order to fit in
    sepultura1987on May 01, 2009   Link

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