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The Doors: Waiting For The Sun Meaning

Song Released: 1970


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At first flash of Eden
We race down to the sea
Standing there on freedom's shore

Waiting for the sun
Waiting for the sun
Waiting for the sun

Can you feel it
Now that Spring has come
That it's time to live in the scattered...

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    anonymous
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    Dec 28th, 2017 12:21pm report


    After Their first scare out of Eden. Feeling betrayed and cheated since the 60's on, wanting to get back there eversince. Even up until the recent explosive events of the Middle East, then like now, but in symbolic forms. Where once Adam and Eve were cast out of God's paradise or the Garden Of Eden that is known in the Bible. With the guidance and intelligence of the Serpent then, with his strange life transformation given to him on Earth to enlighten Their minds, instead of having God's wisdom to listen and obey. Who then was guiding Them towards freedom's shore ''waiting for the sun'' to be born as the raising Cain that the future generations started to follow and live in the chaos of the scattered sun. Or If only They would've been Able to be patient enough believers in the present future 'waiting for the sun' to come from the other side of the shore as the Second Adam, who once helped the first Adam raise Cain and Able with God still watching over His creation. Who once was talking with Them[Adam and Eve] in the Garden before the Fist Flash Of Eden that They ran away from.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 27th, 2013 12:44am report


    doing LSD all nite. .




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