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A radio slice
aerol

moonglow eyebrow; nightshine vision
 1
voice parts paths in the sky
 2
started fragment conversations, never closed
 3
seduce you with pointless diatribe
 4
tape deteriorates, still walk upon air
 5
'cause you know the hewn rock classics never die.
 6
 
 
oh, i miss you, but the classics never die.
 7

2002

4 Apr 05

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Not bad. I'd give the last line as something like:

Oh, I miss you alright. The classics never die.
 — ka

all right is two words -- other than that, i must agree with Ka
this is so much, jammed into so little -- hewn rock classics!

indeed ... this will be a classic
 — Bloodfetish

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