"A Machine in India" as written by Michael Ivins, Steven Drozd and Wayne Coyne....
I'm goin' to India over and over again.
I'm standin' in a cylinder,
Seein' all the bleedin' vaginas.
I feel it now comin' over me so I strive to love the Messiah.
I'm goin' to India over and over again.
I'm rushin' to the nearest station,
Feet and hands collide with the driver.

All I that I think, all I thought and all
I know the Syrian missile guides itself into the vagina's.
I'm goin' to India over and over again.


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"A Machine in India" as written by Steven Drozd Michael Ivins

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    General CommentWayne says in liner notes:
    "The basic chords and vocal melody come out of CD No.1. On CDs No.2, No.3 and No.4 are different arrangements of instruments and melodies that, played against the song, but played all together, form a dense, abstract cloud of interweaving and unrelated moods that seem to hover along with the song regardless of rhythm.. the concept of the song is based around a conversation I had with Michelle about the "other word" she is in during her menstrual periods...and the kind of dull and depressing, mild insanity that seems to possess her, even though she knows it's coming, and has been through it a million times, it arrives new and uncontrollable every time... The long drifting guitar solo section tries to imply the "unconnectedness" she feels with her own self. The little "cartoon sounding" glips or the "machine" sound implies the clock-like "mechanicalness" of nature."
    dhelmon April 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this is one of the only songs on Zaireeka where one CD by itself is still a good song (CD one). If you've got your 4 stereos, this song can change so much just by toying with the volumes of the different sets.
    ZeroOneon March 17, 2005   Link

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