Aspartame Placebo

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Waiting For The Voodoo Dolls

(MP3)

Arrangement: Major Zed and Charlie

Album: Aspartame Placebo

Lyrics

Lyrics by Major Zed, rights reserved under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)

(verse 1:)

Can you explain,
why our lives are run by metal brains?
A billion monkeys hit their keyboards everyday,
we type away a paper hurricane.
;Are we machines?
And if we are we must have robot dreams.

POW WUH

Comrades with Tractors

 

(MP3)

Lyrics: Tim Chmielewski

Arrangement: Talysman

Tim Chmielewski comments on his lyrics:

    This song is for Mr John Burrage and Interrobang Cartel can use it if they want it. I thought of it after watching the video clip for the Rentals "Friends of P." 

When Talysman recorded the song, he had never heard of the Rentals, so he conceived of it being more like an A-ha! or After The Fire style new wave song.

Lyrics

ooh woo hoo hoo

He's got a brand new tractor

Retract Your Lies

(MP3)

Lyrics: Talysman

Arrangement by Charlie

Lyrics

the sight of your username makes me squeal
RETRACT YOUR LIES!
I want to love you with six inches of steel
RETRACT YOUR LIES!
your rambling jokes fall a little flat
and I feel the need to tell you that
I've never met such a ludicrous prat
RETRACT YOUR LIES!
I avoid all froups you choose to infest
RETRACT YOUR LIES!
reading your prose is an endurance test
RETRACT YOUR LIES!
if draining the net of its soul

Truckstop Birthday

(MP3)

Lyrics: Kim

Arrangement: Charlie

Album: Aspartame Placebo

This was created as a tribute to a 40th birthday.

Lyrics

Sittin' in a truck stop.
Breathtaking display of sharp-edged, Precambrian cabbages on the window sill.
Life at a precipice point.
Things after today will be different than things were yesterday.
Shuddering circle of belching, wheeled, obelisks give the place a smoky, haunted druidical feel.
Thinking about 40 years.
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