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All from Nothing?
Ponderings about where the universe came from
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Rock - Folk Rock
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Alan Marscher
2000 by Alan Marscher
March 12, 2008
MP3 3.0 MB
128 kbps bitrate
3:18 minutes
1. Finding ourselves in this complex world, we ponder over our existence Strange ideas that float in our minds meet with logical resistance 2. Creation ex nihilo seems quite absurd, something must have existed before But if we can't contemplate eternity, should we just think about it no more? Chorus: Everything made from nothing, everywhere came from nowhere Positive balancing negative, self-aware started unaware Can something really start as nothing? Is all that is just what now persists? Some insist on being materialists, or did God do this? Does He even exist? 3. Perhaps it's beyond our ability to grasp the meaning of it all Condemned to live and die in our ignorance, unable to see past some cosmic wall [Chorus] Bridge: We need super-cosmic perspective to see beyond the subjective Contemplations far too reflective for conclusions to be objective Give us more clues! We feel left behind! Tell us the truth . . . Broaden our minds . . . [repeat verse 3] End with chorus, then: . . . Do we even exist? . . . Does anything exist?
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