11 thoughts on “Eddie Vedder Guaranteed with lyrics

  1. I am not sure what he meant by a life on blended knee, but I believe contemplative religious are probably most free. The subject of the movie might have left conventional life, but was needing to find an alternative in the temporal world an alternative to a society that lacks the faith they seem to live or is actually filling the space with the one that sets us free and is free, monetarily and relationally? Meditation is a start away from materialism, which afflicts religious and non-religious, alike, but you still are trying to make yourself free. We need that one person, amongst three, on the other side that was involved in making everything and knows how to free us in the most ultimate way. That true ego detachment is where TM falls short. I have to give Sean Penn credit for having positive people of faith. He could have been making them all out to be hypocrites, like his fan base would like to think they all are.

  2. I used to listen to this song with my dad. 2 years ago, he killed myself. Sometimes, I listen to it, I cry a lot.. but it helps me to get better and stronger

  3. Lyrics
    On bended knee is no way to be free
    Lifting up an empty cup I ask silently
    That all my destinations will accept the one that's me
    So I can breath

    Circles they grow and they swallow people whole
    Half their lives they say goodnight to wive's they'll never know
    Got a mind full of questions and a teacher in my soul
    So it goes

    Don't come closer or I'll have to go
    Holding me like gravity are places that pull
    If ever there was someone to keep me at home
    It would be you

    Everyone I come across in cages they bought
    They think of me and my wandering
    But I'm never what they thought
    Got my indignation but I'm pure in all my thoughts
    I'm alive

    Wind in my hair, I feel part of everywhere
    Underneath my being is a road that disappeared
    Late at night I hear the trees
    They're singing with the dead

    Leave it to me as I find a way to be
    Consider me a satellite for ever orbiting
    I knew all the rules but the rules did not know me

  4. It's a shame that this poor lad died in the movie. But he did go in as inexperienced, and also under prepared. Maybe if this 'Kristen Stewart' type actually existed, and was over 18, then maybe things would have panned out differently.

    We'll never know though. Sad as the story may be. I have no doubt that it has inspired many people to break off the shackles of everyday living.

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