Andrew Bird Lyrics
Tenuous at best was all he had to say when pressed about the rest of it, the world that is from proto-Sanskrit Minoans to Porto-centric Lisboans Greek Cypriots and and harbor-sorts who hang around in quotes a lot Here's where things start getting weird while chinless men will scratch their beards and to their minds a sharpened axe is brushed upon the Uralic syntaxes Love of hate acts as an axis Love of hate acts as an axis First it wanes and then it waxes So procreate and pay your taxes Tenuousness Less seven comes to three Them, you, us plus eleven thank the heavens for their elasticity And as for those who live and die for astronomy Know when to stand or when to sit Can't stand to stand can't stand to sit Now who would want to know this Click Click Click Who wants to look upon this Who wants to look upon this Pray tell Who wants to look upon this Who wants to look upon this Pray tell Pray tell Tenuousness Less seven comes to three Them, you, us plus eleven comes just shy of infinity and as for those who live and die from numerology
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