"The Belldog" as written by Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius and Hans Joachim Roedelius....
Most of the day, we were at the machinery
In the dark sheds that the seasons ignored
I held the levers that guided the signals to the radio
But the words I received, random code, broken fragments from before

Out in the trees, my reason deserting me
Oh, the dark stars cluster over the bay
Then in a certain moment, I lose control
And at last, I am part of the machinery

Where are you?
And the light disappears
As the world makes its circle through the sky


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"The Belldog" as written by Dieter Moebius Brian Eno

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