Insight of Blurred Insight

Insight of Blurred Insight

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Rap - Alternative | Mt. Vernon, New York, United States
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Song Description

Arcane aka Tella Vizion = M.C. Insight= singing Scott= Keys

Story Behind the Song

Amazing re-creation and interpretation of the classic Blind Faith song done 25 years later with socially concious commentary that hits you in the heart whether your 15 or 55.

Lyrics

(Intro)
I can't find it, oh I gotta find it...
Gotta move on....to another plane in time
Another frame of mind...

(Hook- Insight)
Come down off your thrown, and leave your body 'lone
Somebody must change
You are the reason I've been waiting for so long
Somebody holds the key

Ohh, and I...
Can't Find my Way Home

(Verse- Arcane)
It makes me mad - that a part of the industry is bad
caught in the fad of fabulous gangsta rag-tag
Money is power - and as we all know...
As we shun our concern - poverty gon' grow
Now, money bein green - and green is the crop
and everybody needs it, to- rise to the top
The crops are the feed, forget about the weed
But for the love of money one forgets about the trees.
Now how's a person breath...without the ozone?
I phone-home to the heart of America's own zone,
so we could pass the message- to our homegrown, children
still worth about a billion
Buildings and public houses that could do without the villains
Now that's a lot of people...
Maybe one day (one day)
We'll realize - we were all created equal

(Hook- Insight)
Come down off your thrown, and leave your body low (or alone)
Somebody must change
You are the reason I've been waiting for so long
Somebody holds the key

(Verse- Arcane)
You must be lyin, if you say you're numb to fear and pain
Then explain to me how our planet could have a fear of change.
Here's the same as how we'll ever be - so I will peer the range
Of what was once my home in New York, and I can feel the rage
The boys in blue are really those posed, captured up in a cage-
The ones in a cage - sentenced to die of old age-
Should be sentenced to right the wrongs, instead of taken in chains
20 years later down the road - there'll be time for forgiveness.
It was the rehabilitation theory that was thrown into the distance-
for an instant, of greed hatred and vengeance...
and Then you'll see the victim looking to the lord in penance...
and Then you'll see the victim looking to the lord in penance.
I imagined a log-cabin with tattered walls of pain,
Balls of flame, shot in the sky - aren't we all the same?
All the shame buildin inside for what it's all about...
It's all about love, yo-
- and that's why I'm callin out.

Song Length
3:58
Genres
Rap - Alternative, Rock - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Floating
Lead Vocal
Duet Male
Moods
Peaceful, Troubled

Subject Matter
Liberal, Progressive, Equality

Similar Artists
Blind Faith, 2Pac
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Michael Denizard & Steve Winwood
Music Credits Steve Winwood, Christopher Grande Jr, Scott Spivak, & Jon Buchalter
Producer Credits The Blacklight Project - Insight & Arcane
Publisher Credits (BMI) Alamo Music, INC. 1969
Performance Credits The Blacklight Project (originally recorded by Blind Faith)
Label Credits Blurred Insight Records