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Images in a reflection are dependent on the type of light cast upon them. In this song, the singer reaches what he thinks is the end of his pitiful existence, when he looks to the moon, has an epiphany and realizes that we are all one. There is nothing impossible, and if it is conceivable, than we can achieve it through a higher level of consciousness. (thanks, Jonathan - Chattanooga, TN and Ed - Gardena, CA)
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