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Oh, don't you see, there's just one way
There's just one second, there's just one day
Right before your very eyes
This very moment is coming alive

Yes, they're playing the tune of the Madman's song
It's not quite right and it's not quite wrong
It's not in tune, but that's quite alright
You can go on all day, you can go on all night

They seem to be saying whatever they please
Unrepeatable things with unthinkable ease
They're saying the first thing that comes in their mind
I've never seen anything at all of its kind
At all of its kind

We've lost track of time, yes, we're moving like one
Colour's getting brighter than the sun
There's not much space, but the moving is free
There's not much time and still it's so much to see

Cause yes, they're playing the tune of the Madman's song
It's not too short and it's not too long
It's not in tune, but that's quite alright
You can go on all day, you can go on all night

There was no beginning there can be no end
We're moving like crazy, again and again
There's something unreal in the way that we move
I'm losing my balance, I can't find my shoe

The music is turning around and around
The walls are all spinning, I can't see the ground
I'm floating through space up in the air
Up on the ceiling, I'm everywhere

One, two, four?
Five, seven, eight
Eight and half, nine

They seem to be saying whatever they please
Unrepeatable things with unthinkable ease
They're saying the first thing that comes in their mind
I've never seen anything at all of its kind
At all of its kind

I'll be thinking of you

They're playing the tune of the Madman's song
It's not too right and it's not too short
It's not too short, it's not too long
It's not quite right, it's not quite wrong

This is right before your very eyes
This very moment is coming alive


Lyrics submitted by Zealot

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