Album: Embryonic (2009)
  • Frontman Wayne Coyne said of this space ballad in press notes: "An underlying story of regretting not being able to detect and understand evil, being haunted by how kind, gentle creatures are easily overpowered by the violent, mean beings. Humans are capable of such horrible things and create so much suffering in the world."

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