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Optical Conclusion

Technicolor Lenses on January 23, 2012 04:24

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Diego Clare back on up vocals
John Davis on bass
Floating in an ocean of emotion and divine devotion opening the notions of medicines and potions
Emanating the brilliance of a trillion suns as love flows in the current with the river that runs
Tapping in unraveling a sacred conversation
Grounding meditation in crazed illumination
Communicating love as its own demonstration
Arteries are city streets, open navigation
Heart pulses beats lungs and trees both breathe deep
As I leaf peep when the seasons repeat
Subways and trains blood vessels and veins
All one in the same frame given a different name
Love is the limit as we give the heart a visit moving up and then we're in it as we're living by the minute
Impermanent phenomena rise and fall
To a feeling always calling creating us all
In the futurama of a prominent promise
Emanating self into the heart of the knowledge
Crumble the acropolis together with the populace
Hushing the cycles in the depth of the metropolis
Mighty disciple enter in the cypher
Radiating outward shining ever brighter
Consciousness as an epic epicenter
Children of the sun, creator inventor
Bursting with radiance out of the radius
Return today to show the way stay with us
Scriptures in a napsack secret rapfacts
Letting it fall back like the nasdaq
Intertwine rhyme aligning the spine
The sun is the source and the source is divine
Forever is the only time to climb
Breathing in deep as the souls refine
(ahhh) check the symbol and sign fly and shine
The world is an art observe the design
Mind coinciding, evolving the path and future unwinding

from Eternal Eyes, track released 21 January 2012
Diego Clare on back up vocals
John Davis on Bass
Technicolor Lenses 2012
Sam Eckstein, Brandon Lewis, Jackson T. Whalan

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