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Apr 23, 2015 | 4:28 PM EDT
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1.6 MB
1 min 48 sec
Score
4.92 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - New Wave
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Author Comments

A few weeks ago I received a text from my sister asking for money. I knew she was going to spend it on drugs, but I agreed to give her some money in exchange for spending the day with her, something which we hadn't done since she was kicked out of the house.

Anyways, we spent the day mini golfing and walking around the mall. I've always loved mini-golf, yet I can never find anyone who will play a game with me. I started to wonder what it would be like to have a birthday party with some cake, a nice dinner, a few friends and a few rounds of mini-golf. Then I imagined how that would sound, which is how I came up with the keyboard part as I looked at the keys, fooled around with some effects, and pitch-shifted the notes with my left hand as I played.

The lyrics were from a poem I created a few weeks ago. I hope that whoever listens to this enjoys it.

Lyrics:

A generation of kings and queens
In love with their sons and daughters
A new generation of children are born
The children were born to incestial fathers
And two angels start to kiss
Their souls are in bliss
They savour this moment
Before they make their descent

Walking to a store on Prince street
People pay to suck on pretty feet
Strippers dress in pretty costumes
The store smells like perfume
And two angels start to kiss
Their souls are in bliss
Their eyes are closed tight
On this lonely loveless night

Somebody begged for assistance
They needed to justify their existence
If they aren't allowed to die
Why are they being kept alive
And two angels start to kiss
Their souls are in bliss
And their minds are always dreaming
A forgotten spirit is screaming

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