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lio-PowerLandslideOne of Odin’s classics, Let It Out, was inspired by line 70 of the gnostic gospel of Thomas.lio-PowerSlipAway This book, with many others were hidden away in Nag Hamadi, Egypt, to preserve certain messages for future generations, such as learning to free oneself from the material world, and seeking salvation from the inside-out. Thomas is thought to be one of the earliest written texts, and comes with some simple, straight-forward notions. Take ye not the literal path, but rather learn what ye may from from the pregnant metaphors…

Let It Out
Lyrics by Marc Olson; Music by Scott Ganley and Marc Olson
Copyright 2008, all rights reserved.

The sun’s down on another day
But don’t let the darkness seal your fate – seal your fate…
A few hours and you’ll wake up
Don’t drink from a poisoned cup again – ever again…
Light a candle in your mind
Be prepared to burn the past – burn everything!

Whatever’s stuck inside you will destroy you
Let it out! Let it out!
Whatever you bring forth will surely save you
Let it out! Let it out!

And as the night crawls by
You’ll see the visions scrawled out on the sky
Could be nightmares, could be dreams
It’s up to you, up to me, to everyone…

Whatever’s stuck inside you will destroy you
Let it out! Let it out!
Whatever you bring forth will surely save you
Let it out! Let it out!

Let it out! Let it out!
Be what you were meant to be – let it out!
Let it out! Let it out!
Save yourself from yourself, just let it out!

You have the power inside you
Don’t leave it trapped in a landslide
Don’t let the truth just slip away…
You are not that inundated
Rise up from the tomb you created
Walk out of the shadows of yesterday

The sun dawns on another day
I hope it gives you strength to do more than pray
A few hours and that sun’s up high
Don’t let it blind you, save yourself today!

Whatever’s stuck inside you will destroy you
Let it out! Let it out!
Whatever you bring forth will surely save you
Let it out! Let it out!

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