Hey god, you'll know I'm closing in
When the mountains fell
When the steeples, they bend
You'll know how they bend

Five times the width of glacials, the pace
At least you know what I'd give
For just one taste
A little taste of it

We'll never speak of my father again
We'll never speak of these plans
Never slip what was said, what'd it say?
You'll beg to colonize the caves

One day with a whisk of my hand
With the cut of chin
With a wink of my eye
The fax machines come alive
Another quick reply

Don't die on us
Don't die on us

Sign the contracts
Fill the formats
Check the font type
We're back to square one again
Back to the salt mines
Back to the anthills
Back to the steel mills
And that's the best we got

We're gonna settle this today

We'll never speak of my father again
We'll never speak of these plans
Never slip what was said, what'd it say?
You'll beg to colonize the caves

One day with a whisk of my hand
With the cut of chin
With a wink of my eye
The fax machines come alive
Another quick reply

We're gonna settle this today
We're gonna settle this today

My mad machine
Don't die on us
Don't die on us

Nature is not cruel in a human sense of being cruel on purpose. Uh, I think nature is doing what it's done for millions of years, before there were people there, and now there's people in these areas, and that's just the way it works.


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    General CommentI thought it was "a curl of my chin". Makes more sense.
    Anyways, I think this song is a criticism of technology: "sign the contracts, fill the formats, check the font type, we're back to square one again".
    vaguelyhumanoidon September 26, 2010   Link

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