I walk on water,
when it freezes.
That don't make me Jesus.

I hide the artifacts of the process
behind a drag-and-drop gaussian blur.
I found it behind a window.
I don't know what it's for.

I'm throwing shapes.
Just what you need,
another reason to stare at a screen.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

The digital birthday camera swivels
to catch your guiless smile in its lens.
You raise your hands up to block it,
and ruin it for your friends.

Yeah, but later they double click on your hand to remove it,
Which only serves to prove this one thing:
When they say they beleive in immutable beauty, they must selling something.

Selling something,
(and) I don't want it.
You don't need it.
Zero, zero, zero, zero. One, one, one, one. Zero, zero, zero, zero. One, one, one, one. Zero, zero, zero, zero. One, one, one, one. Zero, zero, zero, zero. One, one, one, one.

They're throwing shapes.
Just what you need,
another reason to stare at a screen.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.


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Immutable Beauty (TM) song meanings
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