Pieces in a Game

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lyrics

Pieces in a game,
To keep me occupied,
I didn't want to think,
I didn't want to feel at all,
Cut the circulation off,
Back inside the box

And now you play your queen,
And I threw all my lovers out,
And I don't feel a thing,
I'm turning into someone else,
Someone I don't want to be,
And I can't ask for help

I lost you in the fire,
It's pouring from our wounds,
It's keeping us all warm,
It's burning down our homes

It's judgement day again,
My time's already come and gone,
I haven't changed a thing,
So easily corruptible,
I'm sick of letting God decide,
On where to draw the line

I lost you in the fire,
It's pouring from our wounds,
It's keeping us all warm,
It's burning down our homes

credits

from Watercolours, released August 31, 2012
Yen Nguyen - Vox, Guitars, Synths, Drums
Kane Watters - Bass

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Mechanical Pterodactyl Melbourne, Australia

The Mechanical Pterodactyl was built by multi-instrumentalist/ producer Yen Nguyen, joined at times by a five-piece band of regular collaborators. Drawing on influences such as Bon Iver, Radiohead and James Blake, Yen was surprised to find that instead of a band he had created a primitive flying machine, playing a style of music loosely categorised as Folktronica. ... more

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