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Mirrorshades By Information Society (Off their album "Hack") Here are a few notes from the underground Load them at your pleasure These are the dusty pictures that i found while on my search for treasure Here Is the hazy vision that I saw Here's what she said to me For a scientist I am to raw I know all about you can't you see She said don't be makin' no provication Unless you're ready to handle the nation Im cold and bold and I i don't do what I'm told! she wore Mirrorshades And i can't explain a thing about her Mirrorshades but i know that i can't live without her Mirrorshades And i kinda lose my mind around her Mirrorshades And the strange attractions that surround her Remember as you bust north at her call That you can never doubt it No matter what you cannot have it all cuz she leaves home without it But in the darkness where we bother were caught In the heartbeat of El Nino I had a VHS for her to slot And now I never want to go She said now you're here you gotta show and prove And do that dance until you don't move The phone doesn't work so ya won't be callin' home she wore Mirrorshades and I can't explain a thing about her Mirrorshades but i know that i can't live without her Mirrorshades And I kinda lose my mind around her Mirrorshades and those strange attractions that surround her she was so absolutely digital To jack in now was wrong But Cupid punches deck with chemicals While dark madonna sings her song She wore Mirrorshades and I can't explain a thing about her Mirrorshades But i know that I can't live without her Mirrorshades And i kinda lose my mind around her Mirrorshades And those strange attractions that surround her Mirrorshades Mirrorshades Mirrorshades

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