Album: Embryonic (2009)
  • Flaming Lips multi-instrumentalist Stephen Drozd supplies the vocals on this track.
  • Frontman Wayne Coyne said of this song: "A quiet response to the song 'Evil.' It says, "yes, people are evil, it's true", but humans have within them the capacity to do the greatest of kindness, if they decide." The song was recorded on "a little digital recorder sitting on top of the Fender Rhodes."

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  • Rj from Wayland, MiI think it also goes along with powerless, in that you're also not powerless against this evil. The whole album flows together
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