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Telescopes


by Mae. Buy album CD: Singularity


I'll stare into the mirror just long enough to feel
Because I know that you are coming for me and you're here
I see my fate and losing grip and contact with the ground
Oh no here we go yeah

It reminds me of a reoccurring nightmare with the theme
Stuck inside the TV like a pixilated dream
You look at me for answers but my mouth is drying out
Trade whispers for shouts and let me out

It's all slipping away
Can't take the truth for another day
It's all slipping away
And I can feel it overtaking me
Slip away, slipping away

I never took the time with you to reflect and refract
My subject took attention from your plan it can in fact
And looking from the inside it is what we always lacked
Oh no here we go yeah

It's all slipping away
Can't take the truth for another day
It's all slipping away
And I can feel it overtaking me
Slip away, slipping away

What's done is done and what will be will be
So take perspective off of me
Now flip and focus and look ahead to see
A new reality

It's all slipping away
Can't take the truth for another day
It's all slipping away
And I can feel it overtaking me
Slip away, slipping away
Slip away, slipping away



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Album: Singularity (2007) Lyrics
cd Buy "Singularity" CD
  1. Last Transmission
  2. Brink of disaster
  3. Crazy 8s
  4. Sometimes i can't make it alone
  5. Just let go
  6. On top
  7. Waiting
  8. Sic semper tyrannis
  9. Release me
  10. Telescopes
  11. Rocket
  12. Home
  13. Reflections
  14. Last Transmission II

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