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lyrics

Lookin' back, I should've left her frozen.
Wrinkle up my nose, yeah there's somethin' decompsin'.
Energy low so conservation methods.
No filtration. This air tastes infected.
Skin flecks and dust, gettin' thick.
At 1/4 gravity this stuff just doesn't seem to stick.
Strap into the chair, my body pressed against the harness.
Look across the cabin, yeah we could've went the farthest.
Milky eyes. Never blink, never cry.
Left untied, watch her float by. Why am I awake?
Two years left to hibernate. Fail safe system didn't take.
Now I wait.
And in hind sight, I should've left her suspended.
I knew we were in trouble but I could've just pretended.
Entered the code, interrupted animation.
Removed from the tube, there was no respiration.

Stick with the plan, even if you can't understand
Keep on breathin', there is always...
Hope is something that we had, or you could call it faith, it's fading fast, sorry really no way to escape this.

Coordinates locked toward the future, it is your fate
Carry the weight, you can never...
Stop imagining the world we would've made, impossible to do.
Cause every dream I ever had included you.

Ha, we used to joke it would be cozy.
150 square foot cabin but we'd mostly
be asleep. But now you're floating so closely
I can see your fingers bloating, face is getting ghostly.
As I feed off the IV, I see
days go by, but they pass so slowly.
Adam and Eve, optimistic colonists, we
had such plans, watch 'em fadin' into mist
and even if we land, I will be wrecked.
I will never recover I will suffer from the effects
but forget it. I never think ahead much further than a minute. Look,
every day is worse and I admit it. Took
duct tape just to make my eyes stay closed.
But even with 'em shut, her face is permanently froze.
So I remember. And I every night I fight the urge to kiss her.
I may be going crazy because I swear I hear her whisper.

All of our hopes, all of our dreams
Everything, waiting in a place that you will...
Love is an emotion like the others I reject and
maybe I'll recover but I don't know what I'm expecting.

I am sorry I let you down, but we'll always be together
You will carry...
On the shuttle to the cabin we were holdin' hands and
I recall that we were happy, feelin' lucky for the chance.

Stick with the plan, even if you can't understand
Keep on breathin', there is always...
Hope is something that we had, or you could call it faith, it's fading fast, sorry really no way to escape this.

I know your lost, but keep going
It is your fate, carry the weight, you can never...
Stop imagining the world we would've made, impossible to do.
Cause every dream I ever had included you.

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from Products of Science, released August 16, 2011

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Supercommuter Seattle, Washington

100% of Supercommuter’s music is written while creeping along State Road 520, in the peak moments of rush hour traffic in the Pacific Northwest. Stenobot composes beats on a classic Game Boy while nestled in the comfort of a King County Metro bus. Optimus Rhyme’s Wheelie Cyberman adds words while piloting a Prius toward an ever-present ergonomic chair. Tron Juan pieces it all together. ... more

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