From the Empire State you can see the buildings rise that way.
It's impossible to navigate, I repeat, "there's nothing here for our small species."
Transmission is jammed, a slight delay.
I'm covered in the smoke from the earth's decay,
they light it up in such a way as to cause a glare and distract you from the ghastly wear.
I repeat, "there's nothing of much worth under our feet.
Come pick me up, I'm running out of air and had enough experiments.
Let's close the book on earth's last citizen."
"the window is closed, i see the stars,
I miss the wind and the humming of the passing cars."
A hundred years spent and they're slowly catching up,
they turned the snake on it's tail and then locked up and walked out.
When I was among the masses I was theirs,
forgot they were human and got scared.
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Holes may be an older release that made it's way onto this album but it's definitely my favorite Weerd Science song. It's actually how I discovered Weerd Science. I was scrolling through Cage songs on YouTube and Holes popped up. I've been a fan ever since. MaRKuS WeL B MD