"Slow Life" as written by Huw Bunford, Cian Ciaran, Dafydd Ieuan, Guto Pryce and Gruff Rhys....
Move you
Buy and sell you
Terrorise you
Mass destruct you
Flaunt you
Disconnect you
Cluster fuck you
We will crush you
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life

I see television
Pretty pictures
Of starvation
Icy cold fractures
I see fragments

Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life
Rocks are slow life


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"Slow Life" as written by Dafydd Ieuan Cian Ciaran

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    General Commentif it hasn't already, this song will kick your ass someday when you're least expecting it
    asdf123654on April 22, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI remember reading on an SFA forum a science teacher who played this in the background to his class whilst explaining geology.
    cool teacher !

    he got reported due to the swearing.

    i ask you, no wonder our civilisation is going down the pipes.

    great song live. one of my happiest festival memories is standing with mud up to my ankles in my wellies dancing on my own to this at Glastonbury 2006.
    dan.hareon July 31, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSo true asd.

    This song actually kicked my ass years ago,
    stayed with me ever since,
    forced me to scour my hindbrain to remember the artist,
    then the song title,
    now I finally found it!!! The flute-line is out of this world.

    Always thought they were saying Lexus Luger. (wtv that means...)
    bohemiandonuton August 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationGonna probably go for this one being about the general cruelness and coldness of capitalism and media etc. Cultural crapness and government contracted murders. Humanity as a being not half-and-half, rather wholly sick and doomed to die. Which rocks will live through.

    Of course, the furries take the piss out of the message a fair bit, and mainly it's just a song for the sake of itself. But from the whimsy, I guess the overriding message I get is that we should just accept all this and kinda get on. I mean that's what the song is there for: just self-serving getting on-ness.
    BlurRadioheadSupergrassFlamlipson October 28, 2011   Link

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