"Infinite Dreams" as written by and Stephen Percy Harris....
Infinite dreams I can't deny them
Infinity is hard to comprehend
I couldn't hear those screams
Even in my wildest dreams

Suffocation waking in a sweat
Scared to fall asleep again
Incase the dream begins again
Someone chasing I cannot move
Standing rigid nightmare's statue
What a dream when will it end
And will I transcend?

Restless sleep the minds in turmoil
One nightmare ends another fertile
Getting to me so scared to sleep
But scared to wake now, in too deep

Even though its reached new heights
I rather like the restless nights
It makes me wonder it makes me think
There's more to this I'm on the brink
It's not the fear of what's beyond
It's just that I might not respond
I have an interest almost craving
But would I like to get too far in?

It can't be all coincidence
Too many things are evident
You tell me you're an unbeliever
Spiritualist? well me I'm neither
But wouldn't you like to know the truth
Of what's out there to have the proof
And find out just which side you're on
Where would you end in Heaven or in Hell?

Help me, help me to find my true
Self without seeing the future
Save me, save me from torturing
Myself even within my dreams

There's got to be
More to it than this
Or tell me why do we exist
I'd like to think that when I die
I'd get a chance another time
And to return and live again
Reincarnate, play the game
Again and again and again and again


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"Infinite Dreams" as written by Stephen Percy Harris

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    General CommentI have an intuition that this song represents a man who is plagued by visions from God, concerning the fate of humanity. As this album is a cohesively designed (concept album), the man eventually goes to a sordid town (the one from "Can I Play with Madness") to forewarn its people, acting as a prophet.
    In my interpretation, the latter part of this song depicts the thoughts of this soon-to-be prophet, as he resists his calling, playing off his visions as mere recurrent dreams. Eventually, he realizes there is too much there to be coincidence, but still has difficulty accepting his fate.
    At the end, he becomes scared, not wanting, though slowly accepting, his destiny. However, at this point, he is still disquieted by the fate of the world, wishing for a more utopian reality, where humans could try again and again until they get it right.
    astrodanzon October 20, 2005   Link

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