Causing a Time Rift [Record Single]

by Sir Felix Ortega II

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released December 24, 2018

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Track Name: Causing a Time Rift
No longer anxious with time
No longer in my prime
A sliver of wisdom
A taste of ambrosia

Perfectly fine in my skin
Even on a rainy day

Unraveling holograms
Sifting through beach sand
You see a flash in the pan
A metal detector
A fool and his folly

Snug as a bug in a rug
In my humble abode
Perfectly fine in my skin
Even on a rainy day

As time drags
Your computer lags
Causing a time rift
Then your body goes stiff

Building up
And breaking down
And breaking through

Look a shooting star
A lucky streak from afar
Yes, you're down on your luck
And life is hard
No worry, I'll be your bodyguard

Building up
And breaking down
And breaking through
Track Name: Shakespeare's Sonnets
Think if I sit here long enough
Fixed to this green, brown, blue spot on earth
Approximately her 2000th year
Anno Domini
My hot drink would turn cold

Dream sequence:
She'd eventually roll by on her bicycle
Basket and all
Green, brown, blue
Camouflage chameleon, baby

Woke up this morning
Feeling around for my shoes

Think if I hired a million monkeys
And let them mash away on some typewriters
They'd eventually write all of Shakespeare's sonnets
Maybe then you'd love me
Me and my monkey
Get funky
Go and get funky now
Get funky

Dream sequence:
You'd eventually roll by on your bicycle
Basket and all
Green, brown, blue
Mother Nature's songbirds chirping

Woke up this morning
Feeling around for my shoes

I love you up to the sky

Dream sequence:
As you were counting sheep
I roll by on some comic relief
I roll by on a tricycle
Basket and all
Milk and honey

To be or not to be?
That is the question, baby

Woke up this morning
And all my blues was dead and gone

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