Niels Bohr

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lyrics

I put my half of a peanut into my half of an eggshell,
having it serve as the interference in that radio telescope,
just in case any of you happened to be listening,
needing machines filtering out all of the noise,

I’ve taken pictures that better represent my memories than my own
memory drive inside of my neural network of ones and zeros.

being colorful and being ever changing
Being replaced like taste buds on my tongue

I perceive no discernible difference in the thoughts i make with them.

Once inside, thoughts will bounce around forever, perpetual motion machine,
ideas, super balls
in a hamster globe or electrons in an atom, governed by the information
of you, Niels Bohr.

credits

from Secret Music, released April 16, 2017
Justin Endler - Voice, Guitar
Nathan Douds - Drums
Kurt Kotheimer - Bass
Dan Bruce - Lead Guitar
Jason Kush - Tenor Saxophone
Rebecca Weiss - Voice
Stephanie Ballard - Voice

Produced by Al Torrence and Justin Endler
Written and arranged by Justin Endler
Recorded at Treelady Studios, Pittsburgh, PA
Engineered and mixed by Al Torrence
Drums recorded in St. Paul, MN by Derek Schwappach
Bass recorded in Brooklyn, NY by Kurt Kotheimer
Mastered at The Church Recording Studio by Garrett Haines
Design and layout by Ian White
Photography by Ansel Adams and Adam Lahm
© 2017 Maw Paw

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