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"From this hour I ordain myself loos'd of limits and imaginary lines, going where I list, my own master total and absolute, Listening to others, considering well what they say, Pausing, searching, receiving, contemplating, Gently, but with undeniable will, divesting myself of the holds that would hold me."

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Sunday, July 06, 2008
 

Soluble Words

This one is a break from my normal, hope you like it. Soluble Words, by Ken Andrews, is a song about failed communication. The song talks about words falling to the ground, having no meaning, in other words dissolving like they never existed. I wanted to have a visual illustrating this, so it came to me, what better visual than that of people dissolving into each other? And the software was able to give it a nice watery fluid feel too.

Enjoy. Here's the lyrics:

Soluble Words
Ken Andrews
What did you say?
I heard soluble words
They flew out of your face
Then fell back to earth

Inaudible sounds
Get carried away
Can't you tell that I know your game
You've got nothing to say

Is there something you can tell me
That could make me hear the call
Everything I've heard you spill
Is sleepier than Seconal
How can i pretend to think
That what you say is meaningful
Every time I look inside
There's nothing but an empty hole

What did you say?
I heard questionable sounds
They dropped out of your mouth
Then fell to the ground

What are you fighting for?
What could it be?
I don't know, but I don't think you'll mind
All the extra money

Is there something you can tell me
That could make me hear the call
Everything I've heard you spill
Is sleepier than Seconal
How can i pretend to think
That what you say is meaningful
Every time I look inside
There's nothing but an empty hole

What did you say?
I heard questionable sounds
They flew out of your face
Then dropped to the ground

Is there something you can tell me
That could make me hear the call
Everything I've heard you spill
Is sleepier than Seconal
How can i pretend to think
That what you say is meaningful
Every time I look inside
There's nothing but an empty hole

Is there something you can tell me
That could make me hear the call
Everything I've heard you spill
Is sleepier than Seconal
How can i pretend to think
That what you say is meaningful
Every time I look inside
There's nothing but an empty hole

An empty hole

Can't afford to let you down
There's nothing here but broken sound
I'll leave the tape beside your door
On my way home

Can't afford to let you down
There's nothing here but broken sound
I'll leave the tape beside your door
On my way home

Can't afford to let you down
There's nothing here but broken sound
I'll leave the tape beside your door
On my way home


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