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Anderson/Howe/Squire/White
September 11, 2001

Can you imagine what it’s like seeing life
From the other side
Do you imagine darkened light, starless night?
You might need a guide

And will the illusion confuse you, play with your thoughts
And alter your mind
Or become a delusion, include you
Change your existence
For another kind

See what you see for yourself, ’til your heart
Is open wide
Wish what you wish for yourself, and you find it there
And you believe it
And you believe it

Can you imagine what it’s like, seeing life
From the other side
Do you imagine light darkened, starless night
You might need a guide

And will the illusion confuse you, play with your thoughts
And alter your mind
Or become a delusion, excuse you
Change your existence
For another kind

See what you see for yourself, 'til your heart
Is open wide
Wish what you wish for yourself, and you find it here
And you believe it
And you believe it



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