Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Intricate...Interested

Woke up today in a praisin' state of mind
Had a revelation while I'm waitin' in line
A picture of your face flashed across the screen
It's time to come together singing 217

Stare at me, I can't forget a set of eyes
The window to your soul is what I like to analyze
So don't be surprised when I memorize you in a crowd
We the people got a purpose and it's now

Stare at me
Stare at me tonight

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

So give me just a second to catch my breath
Heart attacks will come, but I'll never see death
No need for the verbs of description dig
Depiction tonight eternal listen kid

So inspire this poet from cage to stage
I'll climb to the window, pencil to the page
Inside connection, Inside Reflection
Me to you mine is yours musical affection

Stare at me
Stare at me tonight

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

Open your window, Open your window
You're a star
You're a star

Interested in you
Intricate are you

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Interested in you
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Intricate are you among the masses
Intricate are you among the masses

Intricate are you among the masses
Interested in you will never pass us
Intricate are you among the masses
Interested


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    Love song about how this guy likes this girl. Pretty simple but good song that was in a movie in 2001 (I think).

    Protoon January 12, 2002   Link
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    I really like this song...it`s sweet. (But still not as good as Sandbox Praise.)

    Love214on February 03, 2002   Link
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    i think this song is a love song bout the guy likin this gurl and how he cant stop thinkin bout her and he thinks hes seeing her cos he likes her so much and hes also talkin bout god and how hes praisin him and talkin bout eternity with the lord

    i think pax 217 totally rock!:D:D

    krystalskates15on March 18, 2002   Link
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    To me it dave's asking are you a christian he woke up and was thinking of someone and was wondering if he/she was a christian and his purpose is to tell others about his faith.

    hannah_n84on May 10, 2002   Link
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    this is my fav song off twoseventeen. i love pax! but i think skwid should have stayed as the drummer!!! hehe....

    MVDrummerGurlon August 25, 2002   Link
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    It is a song about God overall, but is a love story also. And it is on a movie, Extreme Days (really good movie)

    Spengeloon September 12, 2002   Link
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    this song is awsm! i never knew it was a love song.. hmm thats cool i can really relate to it but anyway pax rocks!

    SoAmIStillWaitingon January 01, 2005   Link

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