"Weird Creatures" as written by and Matthew Robert Cooper....
All love in life is formed in greater things than me
In and of the world I'm finally now remembering
Weird creatures begin to settle in my mind
Weird creatures are supple in the morning light
These sequences drift in and out of sleep
These sequences will come to me


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    Lyric CorrectionThese are the real lyrics, the way they come with the album
    Please correct them

    All love in life is formed in greater things than me
    In and of the world I'm finally now remembering
    Weird creatures begin to settle in my mind
    Weird creatures are supple in the morning light
    These sequences drift in and out of sleep
    These sequences will come to me
    rmadlalon November 20, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSo the whole weird creatures bit reminds me of Jeannie Lynn Paske's artwork, which he uses for a lot of his albums
    some look like monsters at first sight but they're gentle
    anyway, not saying at all that's what this song is about
    othatzsokewlon January 01, 2011   Link
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    General CommentYou know... it may well be related to the art after all.
    because the theme of her artwork is literally an obsolete world. the characters she paints make their first and final appearance in each of her paintings because they are the last of their species.
    their world existed before ours, and now we are here.
    but we each have some kind of primordial knowledge of the last world... but it's not accessible, especially in our conscious states. it drifts in and out of sleep...
    it could also very well not be literally referring to the obsolete world of her art, but more to some kind of primordial consciousness of something greater that we're all forgetting...
    othatzsokewlon January 27, 2011   Link

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