"Superstructure" as written by and William Boris Wiesenfeld....
From where wheat is
From where breeze is
Find kids to frustrate
On all horizons, all your life, it moans
Ecstatic night in the city of moons

Metropolis won't slowly welcome you
Swaddle yourself in software, see machinations move
Goods tried and tied splinter below the roof
A church collapsing proudly beneath a thousand dunes
Building your life may topple all your dreams
But if his wristwatch finds your cheekbone and the schedule is free
I let the fulcrum buckle under me
Deny my inhibitions and find modernity

From sunrise of worried hooves
And soil mixed with sweat
Seek a moonrise of lighted rooms
And a developing wealth of men

Are you at the city of? I'm ready at the city of
I'm think I'm at the city of Are you at the city of?
Are you at the city of? I'm ready at the city of
Are you at the city of?
Are you at the city of? I'm ready at the city of
I'm think I'm at the city of Are you at the city of?
Are you at the city of? I'm ready at the city

Metropolis won't slowly welcome you
Swaddle yourself in software, see machinations move
Goods tried and tied splinter below the roof
A church collapsing proudly beneath a thousand dunes
Building your life may topple all your dreams
But if his wristwatch finds your cheekbone and the schedule is free
I let the fulcrum buckle underneath
Deny my inhibitions and find modernity

Thrust into bliss and into urgency
I always knew this was the life for me
I let the fulcrum buckle underneath
Deny my inhibitions and find modernity


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"Superstructure" as written by William Boris Wiesenfeld

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