"Phages" as written by and Adrian Jewett Ryan Lenssen....
Let's start this song with a stroll around
Late and cold we wander, smell of sale and cumber walks
The faster we go the quicker we?ll end
With lack of homegrowns in the gardens we tend

Tada to town light, fire
Forks in the road we're not

A rush of spring makes diamond rings
Of grass blades some and everything
Beige backed jumpers scared from those crooked stares
Proved wrong on public roads named by our attic air

Tada to town light, fire
Forks in the road we're not
Spoons more so we're caught

Forks in the road we're not
Spoons more so we're caught
Forks in the road we're not

This town is dead from too much living
Let's make our ending from new beginnings
Let's raise the barn from strongest of cedar
And leave it all to forces of nature

This town is dead from too much living
Let's make our ending from new beginnings
Let's raise the barn from strongest of cedar
And leave it all to forces of nature

This town is dead from too much living
Let's make our ending from new beginnings
This town is dead from too much living
Let's make our ending from new beginnings
Let's raise the barn from strongest of cedar
And leave it all to forces of nature



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"Phages" as written by Ryan Lenssen Adrian Jewett

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    General CommentI don't understand how anybody couldn't be completely infatuated with the Phages EP.
    i.are.scientiston December 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti completely agree
    kindra.son March 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti completely agree
    kindra.son March 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe Most Serene Republic is one to the most talented, young bands that indie music has to offer.
    getborn182on April 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthey getborn182, i definitely would have to agree with you. but i still really like the stuff they did as thee oneironauts. it has this swimplicity and intuitiveness to it, even back then. as much as i love underwater cinematographer, there are these really indulgent parts on in, like when they all sing in unison at the end of 'cedar nouns'. hate hate hate that, even though i love the song.
    paul_bankson May 07, 2007   Link

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