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Life, It's always overblown
Till we wake up create some other needs
Yeah well, cries, heard from man that knows
Let to witness, the cat upon a ledge
Heats source rained down
Dyad Scout craft
Hands reveal a meeting, but did they come?

So I look at the eyes, straight to the soul doorway
I look at the eyes, to know all you know

Find a double labeled hoax
Just as Roswell found another link
Reform witness, night abductions
You always felt a meaning, but did they come?

Well, I look at the eyes, straight to the soul doorway
I look at the eyes, to know all you know
And there's a why
I'm burning out inside
With a need to know
One self,
Well I'm burning out inside
With a need to know
Does anybody really see anything?
Does anybody really see anyone?

LIGHTS TWO MILES WIDE FELT IT LIFT FELT IT PULL!
That's why...
I'm burning out inside,
With a need to know...
With self,
While I'm burning out inside, with a need to know

Does anybody really see anyone,
Does anybody really see anyone?
Does anybody really see anything,
Does anybody really see anyone?



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