Many have asked and it is my pleasure to simplify the Let Go lyrics.
The purpose of Let Go is to communicate directly with your soul without any objection.
Start by watching the Let Go lyric video below.
Without further ado, here is the breakdown of the most impactful Let Go lyrics.
“You think you just ’bout your money, but you want what it can’t buy.”
Money problems are never really about money. Money is just a tool. It’s like saying, “I’m all about my screwdrivers.” But it’s a tool of cooperation. Remain cooperative and you’ll always have access to that which money does buy. On the other hand, what is truly wanted is that which was never lost: peace, joy, happiness, and love. It’s merely covered by your perception (judgment) of the world. Letting go of that judgment brings you back to your natural state. It’s like clouds. Clouds cover the light, but you can pass through them with ease in order to remain in the light. Uncover. Let go. Shine.
“Having a bad-past contest like you’re ’bout to win a prize.”
It’s so easy to get caught up in this, but be careful. That which you devote the most energy into reoccurs more often in your life.
“You’re only scared ’cause they told you you should be. You’re only there ’cause they told you they would be.”
Fear is not a natural behavior. We are taught it. It becomes an addiction that we seek and attempt to share with others. But fear is not real. How do you know if something is real? You know it’s real if it can be shared by all.
Often times we hear of another’s fear and think to ourselves, “That ain’t nothing to be afraid of.” Yet when we hear of another’s loves/passions, we can feel them deeply. We celebrate them together with huge crowds. We experience them in that moment. But if fear is shared in large crowds, the result is often death and that fear dies with them.
Love is real because it can be shared and accepted by all. Let go of the illusion that is fear. Let go of who you think you are. You are so much more. Let go.
“Why you prepared for everywhere but where the good be?”
We sometimes get caught up in the worst possible outcomes in our minds even though those outcomes may never happen. Yet we still focus on those outcomes every day through worry. And when the good stuff actually happens, we have a tendency to sabotage it or downplay it in anticipation of the so-called bad. No more! Be prepared for the good that’s always been here that we haven’t noticed. Expect it! Be ready to enjoy it always!
Let go. When you hold on too long, you get sore and you feel pain. Let go and be free.
“It’s like you glory in your story like your pain’s your badge of honor”
There’s so much joy in the world that can be missed when we choose to relive perceived painful moments.
By sharing what happened with others repeatedly and replaying it in our mind, we replace the peace of this moment with the pain of another. So it’s like we’re saying, peace is for suckaz and we want conflict.
The more we do it, the more habitual and seemingly permanent it becomes. It then becomes harder to separate ourselves from what we’ve created for ourselves. So we become drawn to conflict and it to us.
And because we are so filled with passion speaking lively of these “troubles” to others, we subconsciously began to seek out this conflict just to give us more things to share. This is because passionately sharing with others makes us feel alive.
The irony is that conflict is death and sharing is life. But what happens when we share conflict? We either make death more alive or we live more death.
Unless this is what is wanted, we should just let go.
Whatever happened happened. Leave it where it happened. Let go.
“Why do you not do you, instead dwell in the hell that you lived through?”
YOU ARE NOT WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU.
Yes, things have happened in your life that you didn’t think were the greatest. But they aren’t happening in this moment. Right now, you’re at peace. There’s so much life and beauty happening right now that we often cloud with thoughts of the past, or even thoughts of a possible future. There’s little peace in those thoughts compared to that of right now.
In every moment, you can choose to let go. Let go and forever remain free.
“Only the weak have enemies and the strong have inner peace.”
Declaring enemies weakens yourself because you are creating the idea that there are others who can defeat you. It serves as a witness that evil is real, that you aren’t life but death’s puppet, that anything “bad” can happen to you without your permission.
Because of what/who you truly are, it is impossible for you to have enemies. You’ve simply projected deep-rooted thoughts of guilt onto another. Let go of this cloud of separation you’ve placed between you and that person. This “enemy” is showing you a part of yourself that you are afraid to look at. Look at it. There is only perfection to be seen.
“What you holding on for, is pain what you wanna be known for?”
Pain feels real because we’ve given it a purpose. When we feel sickness or pain, we are often given special attention from another. It is this special attention or love that we feel we lack. So we create pain in an attempt to receive this love. Since the belief in pain has become part of who we think we are, we feel unsettled when things go well for an extended time period. We then create pain to bring us back to this image we’ve created of ourselves. When you remove the cause, you remove its effects. What purpose/cause have you given pain? Let go.
“With your half-full glasses are you still blind?”
Some may see a glass as half-full 🍷, while others see it as half-empty. The glass itself simply is.
The glass does not need your judgment to exist. By repeatedly making judgments on this and other issues, you trick yourself into believing that you are qualified to make such judgments. The only way to be fully qualified is to know all about all.
So when things happen in life that go against what you’ve previously judged, you lose trust in yourself and others. You feel alone, confused, embarrassed, even guilty. 😞 And you continue to create more of this by judging from a perspective of misjudged judgments that were never true.
Luckily, you can forgive all of your judgments 😁 and free yourself from all the unwanted feelings and illnesses. You will be free to hear your inner guidance system again. You will be free to be childlike enjoying every moment life has to offer. You will be free.
The glass is. 🍷 Let go. 🙌🏽✨
“Yeah you look good, but do you feel fine?”
All things are cause and effect. Yet we confuse the two allowing effects to be our cause. We focus on the physical (our looks) more than the non-physical (our inner-peace). But what you are is formless. Despite your body continuously changing through time shedding billions of cells per day, you’ve always remained you. You’ve never fallen away with those cells or else you would not be here. By focusing mostly on the physical you are giving cause to something that isn’t real.
It’s similar to scratching out an error on a printout. That error will still be there when you Print again. Only by changing the document from its source, can it yield the outcome you desire.
“Making these judgments ’bout life, who’s your source?”
Question. Well, a few. Whoever told you that you weren’t perfect? Why did you believe them? Did they get their information from a “perfect” source? If so, do we have that same access?
Similarly, why do we believe we’re qualified to judge another for their actions and abilities? Does judging make us any happier? Or does it make us sadder that we now have to live in a world made up of that which we judged negatively? 🤔
“Who are you without your history?”
Some may think I’m implying you should know your history. I’m asking the opposite. Who are you without being clouded by your experiences, beliefs, and thoughts? Who are you without what you’ve defined as cool & popular, right or wrong, good or bad? Who are you really?
Were you surprised by any of the Let Go lyrics meanings? Which ones? Let me know in the comments below.