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Album: Embryonic (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Frontman Wayne Coyne: "This song began as a freeform rock jam with Steven on drum kit, Kliph on congas and me, again, on wobbly, simple bass. Lyrics inspired again by themes of digression – accepting human nature as disturbing."

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