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Don't try, you'll find
Was not your fault
The goal, reach out
The choice is yours to find

Design, you've got
The life to guide
Your faith decides
The world's your goal to find

Relax, slow down
They'll hope, design
Even though he's hard to forgive
When you can't just fall in love
Just to know your thoughts you know that
You'll be all right in time

Design, you've got
Your life to guide
Your faith decides
The world's your goal to find

Design, you've got
The life to guide
Your faith decides
The world's your goal to find



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    ChuckDJul 10, 2011 at 3:06 pm
    The song is about relenquishing the ego and it's idea of seperation in favor of the Holy Spirit and it's idea of unity.

    "The goal - reach out" is directly related to the idea of extending and sharing (unity) and is the antithesis of hoarding (seperation)

    "The world's your goal to find" is an extension of the above analysis. When you reach out and extend you will find your goal - THE WORLD.

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