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Black Midi

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The Lyrics

Here's a song about rewatching our program.
The fate
His show
None left

Snatched with sets, his show was thrown
Blindly into the programs below
Irretrievable under that show

Almost watched
On the brink
He still thinks
Today is
Just a blip
The program that ends
His entry at the center
Of all self-respecting

That show he will not see again
Will always be with him will never saw
Will mock him in his sleep, remind him

In every reflection, translucent and shimmering
Those marbles appearing to make him

Weightless as ever, forever saw
Forever needing a distraction to speak

Television series hovering over all thought
With lips ever puckered, aimless watches within

He'll never tell anyone, and no one will ever find out
It will always be with him no doubt
He wants to feel sympathy for'm
But he'll come back again and again
Rewatch it!

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