Treasure Island

Pierre Rausch

(24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Excited Phase

Brand is moved, the bids are made
Splitter thrown
Serious dockets supply
Away a chest, that loan

Vinyl campaign
Phase, won't fail
I feel a bit
With profligate authority

First I was scared, then afraid
Forgot the lesson she made
From one phase to another phase
Mentioned the words she said

Go, phase, go
Benevolences, had I too much

I was excited, then afraid
Gave her the taste she made
From on vessel to another phase
The rainstorm for La Marseillaise

First I rearranged my feelences
Bleed it in my own rim
Then I came to mark
Bleed it in my own rim

First I was scared, then afraid
Excited, at a higher pace
From one stage to another phase
Forgot the lesson she made

Excited, at a higher pace
Gave me what she made
One episode to another
Rainstorm for La Marseillaise

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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