Saturn's Pattern

Album: Saturn's Pattern (2015)
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  • Got up in a mind to get up
    Fixed on the day
    Shook any fears I had
    Washed them away

    And what better way to wake
    Than hearing their voice
    Get up in a mind to get up
    Daddy there’s more

    You gotta clear the decks
    It's Saturn's peak
    The pattern’s dense
    The world’s oblique
    Change it all
    It's Saturn's turn
    Cut it clean
    The pattern’s good

    (Get up in a mind to get up)
    (Daddy there's more)
    (Get up in a mind to get up)
    (The time is all yours)

    What better way to start
    Than hearing the call
    Get up in a mind to get up
    It’s ours to explore

    You gotta clear the decks
    It's Saturn's peak
    The pattern’s dense
    The world’s obscene
    Change it all
    The planet’s old
    Cut it right
    The cloth is bold

    (Change that call)

    (Get up in a mind to get up)
    Clear the decks, let Saturn peak
    (Get up in a mind to get up)
    Cut it right, the world's obscene
    (Get up in a mind to get up)
    Change it all, it Saturn's turn
    (Get up in a mind to get up)

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