Brain Break

from by Nathan Eliot

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Check out the in-studio video for "Brain Break" : youtu.be/WVs14lJEkpk

lyrics

I can see two galaxies colliding before my eyes
Am I anxious of the fact
that this I’m viewing is the past?
Further and further we drift from each other

Will we ever crunch back again
to singularity?
A paradox of gravity:
are we too dense to know infinity?

Give your brain a break
For your noggin’s sake
Wring it like a sponge behind your eyes
Sing it from your lungs to hide your cries
(Lay it on the table ‘til it dries)

I can hear two melodies conspiring before my ears
Am I proud to be adept? The evidence I do adapt

Further and further, one thought to another
Soaking and wringing, unspoken now singing

We'll never be this young again
So innocent and pure
Will ever stop picturing
great things billions of years my senior?

credits

from Universe in Me, released March 28, 2014
Produced by Andy Thompson and Nathan Eliot
Mastered by Greg Reierson at Rare Form Mastering

Nathan Eliot: mandola, electric guitars, vocals
Alexander Young: drums
Andy Thompson: keys, percussion
Andrew Foreman: upright bass

Written by Nathan Eliot (ASCAP). Published by Space Acorn Media (ASCAP).

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Nathan Eliot Minneapolis, Minnesota

Teaming up with a few of his favorite Twin Cities musicians and Grammy-nominated producer Andy Thompson, Nathan Eliot is proud to release his debut album, Universe in Me, on March 28th, 2014 at the Aster Cafe in Minneapolis.

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