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Song Released: 1977


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    kooljohn176
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    Sep 5th, 2016 9:49pm report


    The outer outlook meaning of this song by KANSAS is about being in the mindset of a heroic sea Voyager going on a sea journey, believing the Flat Earth Theory that when you get to the point of 'know' return is the ''known'' edge marker[imaginary line] on that certain part of the ocean when reached, either to cross the line and keep going to explore the unknown further to it's edge, or ''stop'' and go back to the Familiar. Back in the 70's this song had a popular cult following to it that placed some of us on the edge of our seats, when trying to explore the outer edges of our chrome dome mind by taking high trips to crack upwards and break free, for wanting to peak on the otherside whenever listening and getting into this song. But with the always danger of each trip getting closer and closer to the edge, while fighting the fear in that if you cross over,climb over or fall into it, it's possible you may not come back in your state of mind, for the only crime of chasing your dream and superstitions, stoned out to ''the point of know return''.




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