I Am a Planet / Sleepyhead

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now that the solar system's gone, the oceans have froze over don’t know if we’re the only one, so far from the controller figuring out who I am in the dark is the saddest thing I’ve ever done there is no light to reflect, only infinite depth for on and on I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun and now the gravity is gone, there’s nothing left to bind us so far from every other thing, no ones going to find us figuring out who I am in the dark is the saddest thing I’ve ever done there is no light to reflect, only infinite depth for on and on I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun what will become of me what will become of me what will become of me now that I am free I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun I am a planet, I am alone out here drifting along without my sun drifting along without my sun
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Sleepyhead 02:45
well the unconscious is cruel I think it’s ruling you you lie, nullified and fried, sky high, but the mind needs exorcise, so open half an eye to float up stream can be nice but the alarm has rung twice you’ve pulled the covers on your head, instead played dead and in your drowsy glaze, you disappear for days lost in a dream, riding cloud nine over the moon hey sleepyhead, the butterfly dies if he don’t break out of his cocoon your dream will never come true, if dreaming’s all that you do you got to make it to the world on time this time if only to arrive, not even to survive far out of reach, riding cloud nine over the moon hey sleepyhead, the butterfly dies if he don’t break out of his cocoon I said the butterfly dies if he don’t break out of his cocoon

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A mediation on the vast emptiness of space and sleep.

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released September 24, 2019

Miles Stenhouse: Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin, Percussion, Keyboards, Orchestration
Sam Lubin: Bass Guitars, Backup Vocals
Marcus Kitchen: Percussion

Produced by Miles Stenhouse
Mastered by Andy Freeman

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