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  1. Terra Forma

From the album Conduit

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Lyrics

Terra Forma
Out from the badlands straight to iron flames, flown in from Reno through the central plains / Soaked in the whiskey of Appalachian fame, dried out and crispy before an ample taste Dig down and meet me near the moss terrain
Roses decomposing from the kind of weird that nature's done, shovel on, shovel on
Thought that you would miss me, knee deep in waste and soil, dirt only will kiss me when I strike for oil/ I need a container to make a level field, send me a campaigner for
Roses decomposing from the kind of weird that nature's done, shovel on, shovel on
Past the seas and drown away, build the mountains up again, stumble on, stubborn one
I've used a crane and steel to build a path for all/ While mining liquid lightning way too fast to even know/ There's no other way/ Or a switch to turn it off/ It's a power play and the wheel's are already off/ Make a monument here
I'd like to guess you want the egg all on your face, Just cause I'm eager to see through all the obstacles you face/ Ain't no flavor of jealousy I've ever stopped to taste, there's always more to want
I've used a crane and steel to build a path for all/ While mining liquid lightning way too fast to know/ There's no other way/ Or a switch to turn it off/ It's a power play and the wheel's are already off/ Make a monument here
I'm moving, making deals like a roulette bound to roll, If you can catch me still in the towers looking out, ever worth the wait, seek my fortune out, hit the plow again, calloused fingers know, build it all up again
I guess I'll take the road I paved to travel in the always setting sun
Something to do, maybe where to go/ Always pull through and help us through the world