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earlyNOP: The First Two LMNOP Albums

1. Mechanic/Mechanical 2. This Is Logical Thinking 3. Working For Her Kind 4. They'll Show You Who's Won Now 5. Not A Pretty Picture 6. Politics, Politics, Politics 7. Remember and Forget 8. Pop Idols 9. Puzzle 10. Escapes 11. Everything Is Going To End 12. The Instructor Song 13. Sandwich Time For The Smaller Children 14. It's A Snap! 15. All Grown Up 16. Bad and Sad 17. World Without Use 18. Hide In Fiction's Hands 19. Walking Through Doors 20. I Want To Live With A Dictionary 21. Breakfast Cereal 22. Three Colon Oh Oh


LMNOP LMNOP (the second LMNOP album)


1. MECHANIC/MECHANICAL

 

There's no need to hesitate fearing what you say will sound off key.

Far too often you're concentrating so hard you cannot think

You won't be around tomorrow so take off while you can.

And if you like manipulation it's there inside, inside your hand.

 

Forget all the other ones.

They're the reason that you're here.

You'll get what you want in time but

The quick way is not clear.

And it just might take you half your life...

But then eventually you'll get to be

Mechanic mechanical.

 

Is it smart to be so smart or is smartness really dull?

I don't want to know so much because it's not exceptional.

I.Q. is an overrated indicated of wits.

I prefer to think of intelligence as a bulletin board,

Board of clips.

 

Forget all the other ones.

They're the reason that you're here.

You'll get what you want in time but

The quick way is not clear.

And it just might take you half your life...

But then eventually you'll get to be

Mechanic mechanical.

 

You wish you could be just like all the actors that you see.

Well, they would like to trade places with you

Cuz their lives aren't what they seem.

If you feel that your own scenario doesn't suit you well

You'd better stop looking for answers

Cuz there are none there.

There are none there.

 

Forget all the other ones.

They're the reason that you're here.

You'll get what you want in time but

The quick way is not clear.

And it just might take you half your life...

But then eventually you'll get to be

Mechanic mechanical.


2. THIS IS LOGICAL THINKING (first recording)

 

No I won't feel all right

When all the things that you're saying

Are things you heard on the TV.

It surprises me

When a transmitter creates all the things that you hear and sea

In a sea of your very own philosophy.

It's too bad but I'm glad

And there's no reason to lie...

I won't lie anymore.

 

There are too many brands

Of products to choose from.

We never can use them all.

You're too sensitive

And you should be more inventive

Unless you can think of how to excel

In this ocean full of homo males...

Anyway I must say

Psychology gave me a reason to give up hope.

 

I was young.

I was old.

I was an English mathematician long ago.

But I've changed.

And it's strange to envision the cycles we live are a joke.

Can't you see?

It's a logic full of anarchy.

And we kill to excite

All the people so bored that

They never could notice

This.


3. WORKING FOR HER KIND

 

Ms. DeSalle comes into the store

Wondering how she can be sure.

I can tell her what to say and what has now gone underway but

Ms. DeSalle just cannot afford to see

Mr. Ford.

 

Can you see the lightning striking you

As you leave the store?

Would she go to see the officer?

Once again I'm bored.

 

But I see us buy each other's time.

Would you be afraid that you might end up

Working for her kind?

 

I won't do that.

 

Strangely how breezes make the wind.

Blowing just now and making sure.

There are things to give and take

But somehow they just always break and

Strangely how breezes make the wind.

 

You rise and descend.

 

Can you see the lightning striking you

As you leave the store?

Would she go to see the officer?

Once again I'm bored.

 

But I see us buy each other's time.

Would you be afraid that you might end up

Working for her kind?

Would you be afraid that I might see us

Buying people's time?

Would you be afraid that you might end up

Working for her kind?


4. THEY'LL SHOW YOU WHO'S WON NOW

 

Where have the molden children gone?

Where have they gone to now?

Lead them away and tell not to turn o'er your lives.

It's very hard.

And don't be surprised when they come

While you're thinking of taking them off.

You've got a distorted view of humanity.

It is and it was.

But it never was.

 

And if you think they've leaving

They have not gone away.

You may wake up to find them here

With your head in their hands...

They'll show you who's won now.

 

What do you think you're doing now, now?

What are you doing now?

Lead me away and tell me not to turn o'er your lives.

It's very hard.

And I thought you'd be something more

Than I ever thought you could be.

You're just a mutated being that I wanted once.

It is and it was.

But it never was.

 

And if you think they've leaving

They have not gone away.

You may wake up to find them here

With your head in their hands...

They'll show you who's won.

 

And if you think they've leaving

They have not gone away.

You may wake up to find them here

With your head in their hands...

 

They'll show you who's won now.

They'll show you who's won now.

They'll show you who's won now.


5. NOT A PRETTY PICTURE

 

I can't see the sky.

I only open my eyes wide.

Selective perception is a useful device to screen everything.

 

I used to think about life in a funny way.

"A pedestal will make you fall if you stand on it too long."

I used to ponder all the time over things

I felt were wrong.

 

It's not a pretty picture for anyone I see these days.

 

A frame leads your eyes

Into a previous time...

You travel from moment to moment

But you'll always be here in familiar past tenses...

 

If I followed you there would I ever know

What year it is?

I was hoping you would keep up with that for now.

So back and forth we keep traveling and

It's nice you're feeling well.

 

Well it's not a pretty picture for anyone I see these days.

And there is not a pretty picture

On any wall I see

These days.

 

I want to seem like my ancestors seemed so many years ago.

I'm stuck in time but I'm trying

To find my way back home to you.

You.

 

You'll meet me at ten.

I'm still remembering when

We traveled (so far).

But now everything has come to an end (uh) end (uh).

We still have an option but it won't be so popular.

 

Now I'm looking ahead as I look behind.

I'm finding it's much easier to stay where I am this time.

It wears me out to be wearing clothes

Fashionable in 1993.

 

I saw this picture exposed

So many years ago

And it's developing.

 

But where were you,

You in the scene?

You're not in the place you were then.

 

Where were you?

Where were you?


6. POLITICS, POLITICS, POLITICS

 

My government doesn't make any sense

But nor does yours so you draw your conclusions.

Take a picture to record the event.

If it suits you I think I would like to see

All of these miserable crazy people

Running their own government.

 

A president is elected by men

Who've never run things and who never can.

A congress never gives you what you'd expect.

You're rejected and I object to you supporting

All of these miserable crazy people

Running their own government.

 

I don't want to trust anyone that I don't know.

The power of their minds is so terrifying.

And I wonder if there's something to do when

There's only you and I to obey what they say.

I'm sure that we don't comprehend

The laws and orders we obey.

They're totally out of place.

Does the system we have created bring justice for all?

A circular path takes us where we had started.

We're just a race that's been

Lost in space.

 

A little girl finds it hard to contain

The regulations in her mother's brain.

She's never certain of what she should expect.

She's safe and sound in her belief that she will grow up to join

All of these schizophrenic dizzy people

Running their own government.

 

I see myself as a regular man.

I borrow things and I always return them.

If give and take is such a positive state

Don't take advantage of this or I will start ignoring

All of these schizophrenic dizzy people

Running their own government.

 

I don't want to trust anyone that I don't know.

The power of their minds is so terrifying.

And I wonder if there's something to do when

There's only you and I to obey what they say.

I'm sure that we don't comprehend

The laws and orders we obey.

They're totally out of place.

Does the system we have created bring justice for all?

A circular path takes us where we had started.

We're just a race that's been...

 

Lost in space.


7. REMEMBER AND FORGET

 

Remember disco?

Remember glitter?

Remember punk rock?

 

Remember all of these things.

Now forget all these things.

 

Remember hairstyles?

Remember movies?

Remember new wave?

 

Remember all of these things.

Now forget all these things.

 

You can like this and

I can like that

And we can get together

Now forget about

That.

 

Do you

Remember video?

Remember Christmas?

Remember Easter?

 

Remember and forget.

Remember and forget.

 

Are we listening to lyrics in songs?

 

Oh so safe to be left behind.

Trying never to be undermined.

Well that's as long as it took.

Refer to actors for styles.

 

You can like this and

I can like that

And we can get together

Now forget about

That.

You can like this and

I can like that

And we can be so happy

Now forget about

That.

You can like this and

I can like that

And we can be so happy

Now forget about

That.


8. POP IDOLS

 

Are the successes we're seeking

Results of our reading

And are the lifestyles we project our breeding?

You may find that this success

Depends upon your views.

 

You pay attention to detail.

Avoid paying retail.

Put coins in a slot.

It reminds me of trained seals.

This reward is down an avenue

Where you were born.

 

And I don't want to be alone

But you're not like I thought you would be

When you're hearing me.

Alone you'll always be.

It never goes the way you suppose.

We will always be alone until we learn that

To be only one is a shock in itself.

You need somebody so you look to me for help

But we never can be what you want us to be until

Pop idealism fades and

Pop idols go away.

 

I wish I were a financier, a legal aid counselor,

A franchising businessman franchising millions.

 

Forge the value of striving, the struggling syndrome.

Get out of your bed and stand

By the window.

Do you get the point?

I want to tell you but

It's hard somehow.

 

And I don't want to be alone

But you're not like I thought you would be

When you're hearing me.

Alone you'll always be.

It never goes the way you suppose.

We will always be alone until we learn that

To be only one is a shock in itself.

You need somebody so you look to me for help

But we never can be what you want us to be until

Pop idealism fades and

Pop idols go away.

 

To be only one is a shock in itself.

You need somebody so you look to me for help

But we never can be what you want us to be until

Pop idealism fades and

Pop idols go away.


9. PUZZLE

 

I must be acting purely out of frustration.

A mood will come and then soon be gone.

There is a weakness in me

But there is no weakness in you.

Time is going rather slowly now.

It's time to disagree.

Do you know where you'll be tomorrow?

You'll have to wait...

 

I'd like to talk with you

Much more than to touch you.

I don't need physical strokes

From your kind.

You can relax around me

But I cannot relax around you.

I want compassion but I can't allow

My feelings to show through.

Will it still be the same tomorrow?

You'll have to wait...

 

Oh I must be acting purely out of frustration.

A mood will come and then soon be gone.

There is a weakness in you

But there is no weakness in me.

Time is going rather slowly now.

It's time to disagree.

Do you know where you'll be tomorrow?

You'll have to wait...

 

You'll have to wait and see.


10. ESCAPES (first recording)

 

You're so caught up in the news

That you've forgotten what you think.

It is important for you

To know what happens every day.

 

But this is really something new.

And the news can make you great.

When you sleep you seem awake.

Publications make you greater.

 

Let's get involved in odd sports

So we'll forget that we are sad.

Some of us don't understand it

And it slowly drives us mad.

 

But this is something that we need.

Block your mind out for a while.

Try to think of this escape

As a way of being occupied.

 

So choose the best of these sources.

Get devoured.

Select a fitting escape and

Be entertained for hours.

 

Let me know

What is what and what is why.

When you have something to hide.

Drugs are mainly used by young adults.

Alcohol is served in restaurants.

 

Let me know

What is what and what is why.

When you have something to hide.

Drugs are mainly used by young adults.

Alcohol is served in restaurants.


11. EVERYTHING IS GOING TO END

 

Everybody wants something from you.

I never would have thought it was true.

You run the risk of being eaten bit by bit

And you're never sure of who's using who.

 

Well if you can find a reason

Let me in on this unknown secret.

 

Some acquaintances think they know me.

I hardly even know them at all.

I'm quite convinced

That it does not make sense.

It amuses me despite of it all.

 

Well if you can find the humor

Let me in on it.

And if you can find the reasons

Let me in on this unknown secret.

 

Everything is going to end.

 

If it all should stop

Would it start again?

I wonder if the stars in the sky

Could help prevent

This silly imminent event.

If they could

I wonder if they would try.

Well if you came down from heaven

Would you clue me in?

Who really wins.

 

Everything is going to end.


LMNOP (the first LMNOP album)


12. THE INSTRUCTOR SONG

 

Ooo

Can you see the instructor

Handing out his mind

For the benefit of mankind.

And hey, is there something unsaid

To give you a clue

For the benefit of mankind.

 

The basis of this class

Is pointing to most important facts so overgrown

With ideas you should have known and

The basis of this class

It turning to broken glass.

One piece is cobalt blue.

The sides are uniquely pointed.

The thoughts are somewhat disjointed.

The class is surprised by all you do

With the broken glass.

 

And why can't I find my position

In the world so vast.

Maybe I was born in the past.

And hey, is there something unsaid

To give you a clue

For the benefit of mankind.

 

The basis of this class

Is pointing to most important facts so overgrown

With ideas you should have known and

The basis of this class

It turning to broken glass.

One piece is cobalt blue.

The sides are uniquely pointed.

The thoughts are somewhat disjointed.

The class is surprised by all you do

With the broken glass.

 

Ooo

Visuals and projects help to make you see

What is in the book that you read.

For you to make the connection

Colleges must deal with the printed words

That are real.

Ooo

Can you see the instructor

Handing out his mind

For the benefit of mankind.

 

The basis of this class

Is pointing to most important facts so overgrown

With ideas you should have known and

The basis of this class

It turning to broken glass.

One piece is cobalt blue.

The sides are uniquely pointed.

The thoughts are somewhat disjointed.

The class is surprised by all you do

With the broken glass.


13. SANDWICH TIME FOR THE SMALLER CHILDREN (first recording)

 

One of the lines is finally breaking

And two of the lines are drawing together.

Of all the lines I might say this line's mine.

And two of the birds

Are flying beside themselves.

But one of the birds

Was thinking to himself,

"Would she believe this line's in a bird's eye."

 

I know no one I see

And I see no one that I want to know.

So hold back your heart and think of nothing.

 

But we'd know what's on the beat

Because I know that's where I must go.

I must go up to another land

Where you won't hear our command.

You won't believe what you won't believe

Until you understand.

 

She goes she goes she goes.

We go we go we go we go we go.

 

When there is no life inside of their headroom

They seem to invent the things in their bedroom.

Of all the lines I might say this line's mine.

And two of the birds

Are flying beside themselves.

But one of the birds

Was thinking to himself.

Would she believe this line's in a bird's eye.

 

I know no one I see

And I see no one that I want to know.

So hold back your heart and think of nothing.

 

But we'd know what's on the beat

Because I know that's where I must go.

I must go up to another land

Where you won't hear our command.

You won't believe what you won't believe

Until you understand.

 

She goes she goes she goes.

We go we go we go we go we go.

 

But we'd know what's on the beat

Because I know that's where I must go.

I must go up to another land

Where you won't hear our command.

You won't believe what you won't believe

Until you understand.

 

She goes she goes she goes.

We go we go we go we go we go.


14. IT'S A SNAP!

 

Wake up, get up

And snap into your morning role.

You wash up and then prepare

To snap into your work persona.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.

 

At work at school

And in the shopping malls

Like a key which opens a lock

We're falling into cultural shock.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.

 

I know a boy

With friends in every direction.

He seems to be able to greet everyone.

So I asked him how he achieved

His mass popularity.

He told me I'm a mirror

Of my friends.

 

Reflect, reflect

Your personality to fit in

To the place you are in time

Cuz life is just a nursery rhyme.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.

 

I know a boy

With friends in every direction.

He seems to be able to greet everyone.

So I asked him how he achieved

His mass popularity.

He told me I'm a mirror

Of my friends.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.

 

Wake up, get up

And snap into your morning role.

You wash up and then prepare

To snap into your work persona.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.

 

Reflect, reflect

Your personality to fit in

To the place you are in time

Cuz life is just a nursery rhyme.

 

It's a snap

To zap yourself

Into the person you need to be.


15. ALL GROWN UP

 

Don't grow up.

You don't need to

Feel inside

From in your youth.

 

Grow up.

Don't ever grow up.

It's really not a thrill to pay the pills

In grown up-ville.

Grown ups.

They're not so grown up.

If they were so adult we'd get results

From grown ups.

 

If you think

About your age

Don't forget

From what you're made.

 

Grow up.

Don't ever grow up.

It's really not a thrill to pay the pills

In grown up-ville.

Grown ups.

They're not so grown up.

If they were so adult we'd get results

From grown ups.

 

Can they see the pressure building up.

Is there any pressure good enough.

 

Grow down.

You need to slow down.

If growing older means

You lose your dreams

Don't grow up.

 

Don't give up.

Don't lose sight.

Don't grow up.

 

You don't have to.


16. BAD AND SAD

 

They're giving me the go ahead.

So I will pull away.

Dealing with the people that I meet each day

Makes me want to die today.

 

I'm dying all the time

While saying hi

So I must close my eyes.

To keep the tears inside

I have to hide.

I won't live for many years.

 

So they refuse to see the real me.

They are twisting me inside.

I won't cry

Because nobody cares

To see what I'm like inside.

 

Some people give themselves away.

Some people choose to hide.

I'm finding more and more it's hard to know

In which of them to confide.

 

So I continue on the same path

To find where I ought to be.

Won't you try

To help me understand these feelings

Of suicide.

 

And mental health begins with yourself.

Will I ever find a cure?

I'll get by.

I guess it's just a case

Of never quite knowing

Why.


17. WORLD WITHOUT USE

 

You escape my mind but I remember

Where we used to hide when we were younger.

Now I feel the bite of people seeing,

Purchasing themselves

But never being.

 

But the earth it swells

And keeps on growing

Taking in its grasp

All of our clothing.

 

We're in a world without use.

I'm in a state of unrest

When you won't give me abuse.

Must be a world without use.

 

Take a metal bar and thrust it into

Streets you sail upon beneath your point of...

Lights above the streams will guide us into

Channels of a small TV screen that you choose.

 

But the earth it swells

And keeps on growing

Taking in its grasp

All of our clothing.

 

We're in a world without use.

I'm in a state of unrest

When you won't give me abuse.

Must be a world without use.

I'm really such a stupid bore.

Can you tell me what I'm living for.

 

You escape my mind but I remember

Where we used to hide when we were younger.

Now I feel the bite of people seeing,

Purchasing themselves

But never being.

 

But the earth it swells

And keeps on growing

Taking in its grasp

All of our clothing.

 

We're in a world without use.

I'm in a state of unrest

When you won't give me abuse.

Must be a world without use.

I'm really such a stupid bore.

Can you tell me what I'm living for.

 

You're in a world without use.

You're in a state of unrest

When I won't give you abuse.

Must be a world without use.

I'm really such a stupid bore.

Can you tell me what I'm living for.


18. HIDE IN FICTION'S HANDS (first recording)

 

You're not strong

So you need to recharge yourself

And take control of all you see.

See the lights change when you're crossing the street and

Notice I change

When you need to recharge yourself.

 

But now I wonder if you saw me.

Your face was down.

You wouldn't accept what you'd found.

 

Hide in fiction's hands.

 

You're not smart

So you need to educate yourself

And memorize all the charts and graphs.

Hear the voices

They are talking about you.

Hear my voice as it's turning

Into a laugh.

 

But now I wonder if you saw me.

Your face was down.

You wouldn't accept what you'd found.

 

Hide in fiction's hands.

 

We don't want anything that will make us whole.

We don't want anything that lasts.

You can write down all the ideas that make you.

You can write down

As you're starting to write it up.

 

But now I wonder if you saw me.

Your face was down.

You wouldn't accept what you'd found.

 

Hide in fiction's hands.


19. WALKING THROUGH DOORS

 

I wandered through a door

I'd never seen before.

What was waiting inside?

You've got nothing to hide.

 

The locks on the doors

Are all different I'm sure.

You've got so many types

That I almost stop trying to

Walk through your door.

Very different from before.

 

I know it's hard to open.

There is something new and

The light is shining over your head.

If time is only running

Find the time to find it

And when you find it

Nothing is there.

 

Is there no believing?

Is there nothing to confess at all?

They're saying, "Life is a ball."

Is there value knowing

of the problems growing?

In reality life should be.

 

I choose to place you first.

The bubble never bursts.

Do the waltz with your ears.

Is that someone I hear.

 

The path is so plain

That I'm seeing your brain.

You've got so many thoughts

That I almost stop trying to

Walk through your door.

Very different from before.

 

I know it's hard to open.

There is something new and

The light is shining over your head.

If time is only running

Find the time to find it

And when you find it

Nothing is there.

 

Is there no believing?

Is there nothing to confess at all?

They're saying, "Life is a ball."

Is there value knowing

of the problems growing?

In reality life should be.

 

While we deal with stress

We all shall rest

Above the sky

For how it seems

There's one extreme.

 

A spoken dream.

A spoken dream.

A spoken dream.

 

A spoken dream.

A spoken dream.

A spoken dream.

A spoken dream.


20. I WANT TO LIVE WITH A DICTIONARY

 

Far beyond all the tress and land

Or beyond all the grains of

Sand.

At a dictionary he was seated

Oddly searching for words

Unknown.

 

Pages of dictionaries

Alphabetically blinding us are a wall.

There is a spot on the wall

Which can be penetrated by some,

Not by all.

 

By defining all the words he conquered

All the tasks that were assigned to

Him.

When he came to know the dictionary

He believe it was his only

Friend.

 

Pages of dictionaries

Alphabetically blinding us are a wall.

There is a spot on the wall

Which can be penetrated by some,

Not by all.

 

Now the man is in seclusion reaching

For his dictionary with both

Hands.

By removing both his phone and mailbox

He cut ties with everyone

Around.

 

Pages of dictionaries

Alphabetically blinding us are a wall.

There is a spot on the wall

Which can be penetrated by some,

Not by all.

 

I turn the pages

Indefinitely.

I find bliss in what I read to myself.

 

One book is balanced

On the top of my forehead.

One is beneath all my toes.

I made a coffee table by rearranging

All of the books in a row.

 

These books are good to me.

They're all I'll ever need.

 

I want to live with a dictionary.


21. BREAKFAST CEREAL (first recording)

 

Oh well I don't seem to care

What you say or you wear.

People act viciously.

But what I want is the thought

That you already know.

People act viciously.

 

And I, I admit I am malicious at times.

We all have a tolerance that's well defined.

You may seem to think that you don't care.

But that won't get you anywhere.

 

It's great to live in a world

Full of terror and hate.

People act viciously.

It's sad to see all the news

On the six o'clock news.

People act viciously.

 

But we, we escape the world in many odd ways.

I know there's a reason for these lonely faces.

You may seem to think

There's no one there.

But there are people everywhere.

 

And everybody cares about you

If you only want them to.

There's good in three percent of all

So think of them when you choose.

 

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

There's a prize in each and every box.

 

What prize did you get?

It's a zebra.

 

If we could all buy a gun

And then shoot only one.

People act viciously.

We would have peace on the earth

But is that really worth it?

People act viciously.

 

But we, we escape the world in many odd ways.

I know there's a reason for these lonely faces.

You may seem to think there's no one there

But there are people everywhere.

 

And everybody cares about you

If you only want them to.

There's good in six percent of all

So think of them when you choose.

 

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

There's a prize in each and every box.

 

What prize did you get?

It's a happy couple.

 

You do know.

Do you know.

Don't you know.

You do know.

Do you know.

Don't you know.

You do know.

Do you know.

Don't you know.

You do know.

Do you know.

Don't you know.

 

Oh well I don't seem to care

What you say or you wear.

People act viciously.

But what I want is the thought

That you already know

People act viciously.

 

And everybody cares about you

If you only want them to.

There's good in ten percent of all

So think of them when you choose.

 

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

Life is just a breakfast cereal.

 

22. THREE COLON OH OH (second recording)

 

Tony.

Attach your head

To your fist and swim motion free.

Cut through your abdomen and

Spill helplessly.

 

Swim motion free.

Spill helplessly.

 

Tony was the youngest member

Of a gang from Switzerland

And he used to lace paprika

Into all his pots and pans.

Tony is where you are sitting.

Tony is behind your chair.

With your feet you push your chair back.

Tony is no longer there.

 

But I could never find the

Tony inside me.

Take a little time to

See where you're standing.

If you have the time in

Digital standards

You can call me

Three colon oh oh.

 

People who are in seclusion

Never get the chance to grow.

Similar to imitations

Of the people that they know.

If the proper line is spoken

Interchange begins to glow.

But the subject in the center

Is the one they never know.

 

But I could never find the

Tony inside me.

Take a little time to

See where you're standing.

If you have the time in

Digital standards

You can call me

Three colon oh oh.

 

Nothing is real.

 

But I could never find the

Tony inside me.

Take a little time to

See where you're standing.

If you have the time in

Digital standards

You can call me

 

Repetition.

 

But I could never find the

Tony inside me.

Take a little time to

See where you're standing.

If you have the time in

Digital standards

You can call me

 

Repetition.

 

But I could never find the

Tony inside me.

Take a little time to

See where you're standing.

If you have the time in

Digital standards

You can call me

Three colon oh oh.


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