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Jun 3, 2011 | 11:10 PM EDT
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2 min 47 sec
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Song "Three in the Morning" by Clark "Plazmataz" Powell of the Homestuck music team.
Lyrics by the unaffiliated York Bezbozny.


I'm so far from home
This where I roam
This is my home now
I'd like some coffee
Okay and how about a scone too? That's right
Hey, what you looking at wise guy?
You got something to say
That's right get out of my way
This is our world and don't you ever forget it
And I'm an important person
I have things to do
Places to be
Alright, sayonara.

Look at the stars
Just for a moment mind you
I've got things to plan
Night is ours
And the world too
In our hands

By the way,
Call me diamonds droog

Behind the scenes
I run the show
I deal the cards
And they're not Tarot

I will deal you a straight
straight down to hell
and I won't even get
any Blood on my lapel

How to rule is the question
Ultra violence is the answer
Let me introduce my team
Of which I am the lancer

We're the midnight crew
Did you hear me Buddy Budinsky?
Were the midnight crew
Were the midnight crew and we made this town.

This whole towns ours...
But I feel so empty.

So loathe the game
That makes toys of our lives
But made us in the first place too
You don't know what it's like
To know your lifes a script
to know that every pain and joy you ever felt was part of some meticulously crafted narrative!
To know that everything you ever cared about was just an insignificant... plot detail!
I'm fine.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


That's super !
Very nice work on the voice. And good use of all the techniques, between whispering, rapping, sometimes kind of singing, everything in a theatrical way. That's really an original piece of work and I like the way you are able to detach yourself from the music, and how you sometimes stick back to it.

I remark that you always make a perfect choice of songs, quite varied, but here perfectly appropriate.
A big respect for the overall of your work, using your voice and writing texts is impressive. Bravo, nothing bad to say about it.