JUDGEMENTS. You can't stop judging everything and everybody. Your mind behaves like a frantic judge ignoring that everything is as it is, no matter what judgement is delivered. The consequences are loneliness or severe drama.

It’s a reflex

Words & music by Charlie McLight

Is it right – or is it wrong
I love to judge all day long
What I feel threatened by
Must be wrong – that’s my reply
And what seems to be no threat
Must be right – you bet
My judgments keep me alive
They ensure I will survive

It’s a reflex, ingrained and automatic
Can’t throw judgments out of my life
Sometimes they make life quite dramatic
Judgments are our favorite strife

It’s easy to explain
Why my rightness might cause pain
In someone else’s life
It might cut like a knife
It’s me or him or her or them
My judgments cut and condemn
Cause loneliness, I know
But I will survive, I won’t go

It’s a reflex, ingrained and automatic
Can’t throw judgments out of my life
Sometimes they make life quite dramatic
Judgments are our favorite strife

From now on I will let them be
Be aware of my minds creation
Judgments no longer bother me
Observing them is my salvation


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Credits

Vocals: Hannes Leitner
Backing vocals: Renate Reich, Hannes Leitner
Lead and rhythm guitars: Thomas Palme
Additional guitars: Dieter Schneider
Bass: Roland Al-Shami
Keyboards and programming: Charlie McLight

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