Do you remember when we could walk straight? Thinking I was nervous for the both of us 'till I proved form and function for the moment when all breath and movement hopelessly don't fit. And there's one thing we're still sure of, we all turn to dust. On a scale that weighs something you could never touch. I don't believe in myths but still I think there's something to be said. That it's easier to breathe when you drain the goddamn sea. And I'll hang on every word you've ever heard. I can see clear through your illness: lined up cold to touch. To be empty and full at once, patience is a must. God's a useless fiction I don't want because I don't need your crutch. Cause it's easier to breath when we drain the goddamn sea. And I'll hang on every word you've ever heard.
from Great Apes/Daikon Split
released August 30, 2012
Daikon: Eric Shapiro, Shaye Farwell, Jerry Andersen
Engineered by Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden.
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