Album: Every Valley (2017)
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  • Continually experimenting with new ideas and techniques
    Reconstructing
    Developing
    Modernising

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    Machines will do the heavy work
    Men will supervise the machines (I believe in progress)
    You owe much to these machines (I believe in progress)
    Horsepower, not manpower (I believe in progress)
    Brains, not brawn (I believe)

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    These men look the same as they have always looked
    They talk as they have always talked
    But before your eyes they are changing

    (I believe in progress)
    (I believe in progress)
    (I believe in progress)
    (I believe in progress)

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    I believe, I believe
    In progress, in progress

    I believe in progress Writer/s: J. Willgoose Esq.
    Publisher: Mute Song Limited
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