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Lyrics and Music by Michael Hardin
Copyright 1994

I see you, you see me, natural attraction catches on fire
You have what I want, you’ll take me higher
I do what you do, imitate desire.

The pupil watches the master work, his hands move quickly to do the same
Teacher has stature, fortune and fame, seeks imitation of his life’s game.

I want what you want what I want what you want what I want what you want
What I want what you want
I want what you want what I want what you want, how do I get out of this maze?
Is there no end to this daze?

As a young child I sought to know myself, find myself and be myself
I sought what my parents had kept for themselves
I lived through another and dwelt in a hell.

As I grew up I wanted more to suffice, found my solution in a flint knife
My brother had everything it caused me such strife
So I took my weapon and ended his life.

I want what you want what I want what you want what I want what you want
What I want what you want
I want what you want what I want what you want, how do I get out of this maze?
Is there no end to this daze?

I can’t help it, you mediate life to me
I reach for you, I seek the lost sea
I can’t help it I end where you begin
This must be the original sin

If I follow you while you follow me, desire bleeds me like a leech
And in the act where two hands reach
Only one hand will end up grasping the peach

I want what you want what I want what you want what I want what you want
What I want what you want
I want what you want what I want what you want, how do I get out of this maze?
Is there no end to this daze?