Natural Immunity (ft. Stumblebee)

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I don’t really know about you but
Personally I am feeling super.
Not a lot of people on the train and
I don’t miss the pushing and complaining
Look it’s raining! I don’t mind it.
I don’t pay attention to the climate.
Wear a watch but never wind it.
It doesn’t matter what the time is.
It’s wonderful, terrific, great.
Let me explain in a specific way.
One day, rolled out of bed, everyone was gone.
I didn’t really get it. What was going on?
It was nothing big, it was something small.
Itty bitty bug came and killed them all.
Somebody like me lived through.
Natural immunity. Woo-hoo!
I never really had any
Friends or close family
You might see a tragedy
Me? I’m living in a fantasy.
Nobody in business.
I’m so happy that I lived to witness this.
Just miss one tiny little perk.
Home delivery. It no longer works.

Natural immunity.
Happily live solitary.
Laugh, celebrate smile daily.
Anxiety slowly fading.

Yeah I see a bodies but
They don’t bother me, so what?
I don’t gotta be worried
Nowadays, never in a hurry.
I don’t have places to be.
This change is amazing to me.
Seems strange, but I feel free.
I’m glad that they never made a vaccine.
They needed people like me but

I would tell them that I had a fever.
No need for poking on me.
I don’t want a neighbor with immunity.
Seems like they were always fightin’.
That’s why I never really liked them.
Alright then. Now we’re talking.
Walking with no homeless dude stalking.
No bums or spare changers.
Man I love these dead strangers!
Most did it fast, some did it slow.
Didn’t matter though—all had to go.
All these people but me that is.
I’m alive—that’s all that matters.
Plus I’ve never been a picky eater.
Everything I need is in the freezer.
Woo! There’s one new development.
Even me feeling benevolent.
Vermin—there’s a lot of rodents.
I admit I’ve had some scary moments.
No fear, you can see them sprawling
Right here, there’s a dozen crawling.
So near I can pet them all and
Each year, watch them all evolving.

Natural immunity.
Happily live solitary.
Laugh, celebrate smile daily.
Anxiety slowly fading.
Path to survive I am blazing.
Last man alive how amazing.


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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