Michael Flatt

Michael Flatt

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Rock - Alternative | Cheney, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,265   
Member Since: 2005
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Plays:

31

Song Description

Try to look outside oneself and to open the door to step outside the world of control and manipulation. Old ways of thinking that never worked don't have to be tried over and over again. Try to change your thinking about things, so that one might free him

Story Behind the Song

I am a recovering addict. Only by realizing this and letting go of old behaviors and thinking have I had the ability to "step outside the world of control and manipulation". By looking to the God (Jesus) within have I been able to let go of this addiction

Lyrics

Look outside your window,
Hear the voice that's calling you, calling you
To come on out...and be yourself.

Let go of old thinking,
Open the door try to step outside
The world of control and manipulation

CHORUS
Cause you know you really want to be free,
That child in your heart will set you free.

Your vision is blinded,
Blinded by an obsession
That wants to take possession of your heart
And your Soul.

Fourth dimensional beings
They do want they have to
But you don't have to fear them anymore,
Just let it go.

CHORUS

Instrumental

Chorus

That thing that's got a hold of you's
Got a hold of me.

Ooh I'm free, Woa I'm free

Song Length
4:41
Genres
New Age - Alternative, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male
Moods
Blissful, Gracious

Subject Matter
Material Things, Spirituality

Similar Artists
Neil Young, Todd Rundgren
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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Performance Credits Michael Flatt & Doug Stewart
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