World Machine (Universal)

Album: Continuity (2009)
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  • The golden mean is a World Machine
    Unified by nature
    Every single human being is bound by nature

    Is it effect or is it cause?
    Or just the way it was?
    And down below as up above
    It's a universe of love.

    Everything has one connection
    Synchronized, as one perfection

    And endless flow
    Omni-direction
    Another answer is another question
    There's no effect without a cause

    It's scientific law
    That down below is up above
    It's impersonal love
    From Fibonacci to Liberace
    And verse to coda

    To South Dakota
    You are affected, you are connected
    We concentric, we are electric
    You are effect you are the cause
    And there is no Santa Clause
    And down below as up above
    It's a universal love
    We are effect, we are the cause
    And there is no Santa Clause
    And down below as up above
    It's an axiom of love. Writer/s: B. Smith, L. Whitsel, P. Allgood
    Publisher: Grey Vireo Entertainment
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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