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Efil Fo Gninaem

from Aquasonic by Spiritual Machinery

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My submarine needs muscarine as always.
Since I was born, since you were pawn, oh what the hell is that?
Their awful mind is full of bugs forever. Think I was Bean. Think you were jean.
I used to lean and glean.
One two three, One two three till the end. Four five six eight nine ten let us go.
Seven is the lonely so what will we know?
So she’s insane and he’s inane, so are we. Since I was horn and you were corn. They’re kindergarten’s drone.

Look at the marble floor and pick up the crawling thing.
Right now, there is one thing I can tell you is you come to see this stupid thing and touch it squash it throw the bread.
So far, we have one thing that we feel and see them counting numbers, sorting order. There's a truth of life and love. Drink a glass of beer and cup of tea.

My motorboat is full of goats as always. Since I was tone, since he was zone, Oh what the ill was that?
Their terrible mind is full of guns whenever, since I was thorn and you were bone.
It always be for moan.
Dough, Ray, Me, dough, Ray, Me, far solar.
Don’t let me, don’t let me go to hell. Heaven is the brewery so where will we go?
Though she’s in pain and he’s in drain, all darkness. Since I was torn, since you were thrown. They’re Frankenstein’s clone.

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from Aquasonic, released February 14, 2021
Composition and Lyrics: Nori Ubukata

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Spiritual Machinery Stockholm, Sweden

Spiritual Machinery is a collaboration project founded in 2017 by Swedish musician Hakan Sunar

Current & previous collaborators:

Indonesian jazz singer Alice leonz.

British gospel vocalist Claire Virginia.

French sound designer & musician Laurent Bourgeon.

Japanese sound designer & thereminist Nori Ubukata.


New Zealand based musician Vlatko Gorgiev.
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