Slip soft that serpintine
And live life off of our knees
Saw tooths and hate
Can edge away ape-man dignity
She said...
"You better leave with what you have
Because when the big one hits 'subtract'
Your no prize like me,
Young bodies always heal quickly"
Stacked bones by the furnace steams
A neatly places homecoming queen
Your lumpish inate is the figure eight
It's a bit of me and I feel
Anything can happen
Anything can happen
Anything can happen
Anything can go wrong
Soulder me like a wire that breathes
Your carbon copy fibre optic plea
Why should we communicate with sans technology?
Your no prize like me
Young bodies always heal quickly

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    General Commentthis is a favorite song of mine, and one of the best off of this album. very stripped down and raw and great to sing along to.
    sleepytimeon December 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe texture on this song is so sparse, it sounds so very empty, which is a great effect. The ending is beautiful, congleton's voice is just incredible. Another one of congleton's anti-technology ones with the reference to a "wire that breathes" and the rhetorical question of "why should we communicate sans technology?"
    horror showon May 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFirst PC song I ever heard, very muc ha favorite.

    read this paper chase interview
    Rock4lighton August 14, 2009   Link

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