Album: Essential Tremors (2013)
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  • Oh murmur now you've gently
    Oh you've been upon my mind
    And you're riding on science
    And you're using time to bind

    Ohh ooh
    Ohh ooh ooh
    Ohh ooh
    Ohh ooh ooh

    And I'm going into sweat shock
    Yeah I'm going into sweat
    And I'm going into sweat shock
    Yeah I'm going into sweat

    Ah ah ah ah
    Ah ah ah ah
    Ah ah ah ah
    Ah ah ah ah

    Come and lay your hands down
    On the bodies of the weak
    Come and press our tongues now
    To the words no man should speak
    Black candles are your burning
    Are you blown against the wind
    I've come to bear, I've come to bear
    The lower keys of Solomon

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