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​Silverglow

This song is by Coltrane Motion and appears on the album We Are The Media We Love (2003).

I complicate my life with numbers
I don't want to live through anyone but me
And maybe someone
And maybe someone else
Yeah

You move like a poet on the dancefloor
Sharpened pencils and godawful honest thighs
Out of tune and I think it's time I found religion again

Don't want to bring you down
Sunstains on a silver-gel photograph

Pick me up in the middle of the sidewalk
I've fallen for euclid in the worst way
Bodies in motion, meeting flat planes

Lose my nights in color-coded wristbands
Jesus, gin, and slutty art-school girls
Drunk on god and fashion and being wrong

Don't want to bring you down
Sunstains on a silver-gel photograph
Don't want to fall apart
I see your light shine, you've got a silver glow

But I don't think so
I've seen you shine before

Cut me off in the middle of a noun
Singing 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13
Mathematics is music and music is probably a lie

Don't want to bring you down
Sunstains on a silver-gel photograph
Don't want to fall apart
I see your light shine, you've got a silver glow

You've got a silver glow