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Happy Rhodes - Many Worlds Are Born Tonight (1998) - 01 - "100 Years"

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AUDIO ONLY. Happy Rhodes - Many Worlds Are Born Tonight (1998) - 01 - "100 Years"

Lyrics:

100 Years (5:25)

With no genetic code, so pathetic am I
Don't have the luxury of knowing someday I'll die
Is this this the second eden
Am I the new Adam

Vibrations of loves past, death and inventions...
all my wards. But they don't tell me my charge
Who leaves me
Who loves me...
After all?

Little things break, circuitry burns
Time flies while my little world turns
Every day comes
Every day goes
A hundred years and nobody shows

Little things break, circuitry burns
Time flies while my little world turns
Every day comes
Every day goes
A hundred years and nobody...

Call me the sentinel who guards and protects
Energies come and energies gone
These memory rifts
Is this the second eden
Am I another Eve?

Who does the download when my work is finished here?
My purpose is unclear...
Just a simple readout -
A little final directive would be nice...
After all.

Little things break, circuitry burns
Time flies while my little world turns
Every day comes
Every day goes
A hundred years and nobody shows

Little things break, circuitry burns
Time flies while my little world turns
Every day comes
Every day goes
A hundred years and nobody shows

Little things break, circuitry burns
Time flies while my little world turns
Every day comes
Every day goes
A hundred years and nobody...

(P) & © 1998 Gold Circle Entertainment, Inc.
Published by Hovering Slab Music (BMI) and Samson Publishing
Music, lyrics, voices, instruments and arrangements - Happy Rhodes
except as noted in credits
http://www.ecto.org/lyrics/mwabt/mwab...


Samples were taken from:

For "100 Years"
David Torn's Tonal Textures #22 and
Gota Yashiki's Groove Activator


Produced by Happy Rhodes.

All material written and arranged by Happy Rhodes.

Sequencing, Programming, Sampling and Vocals by Happy Rhodes.

Published by Hovering Slab Music (BMI) and Samson Publishing
except "Ra Is A Busy God" ©1995 Hovering Slab Music (BMI)

Engineered by Happy Rhodes with additional tracking by Kevin Bartlett at Aural Gratification
All vocals engineered by Kevin Bartlett

Jerry Marotta's drums recorded by Chris Anderson at Nevessa Production Woodstock
Mixed by Chris Anderson with Happy Rhodes at Nevessa Production Woodstock

Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision Mastering.
Digital Editing by Ron Boustead at Precision Mastering.

Art direction by Mike Delich
Concept direction by Happy Rhodes

Graphic design and concepts by Auriea Harvey - Entrophy Digital Arts.

Photos by Melissa McGill / Hippogriff Design

GRATEFUL TO:
Dane McCauley because he was so encouraging.
David Torn because he asked people to listen to me.
Mike Delich, Norm Waitt, Jr., Richard Musil, Michael Shrieve and everyone at Samson Music
because they want all the right things for my music and career.
Vickie Mapes because she annoyed the people on Gaffa.
The Ectophiles because they represent one of the reasons to continue.
Sharon Nichols because she's seen the "real me" and I'd like to stay on her good side.
Susanne White because she worked really hard for a long time to see good things happen for me.
Suzanne Cerquone because she always clues me into cool opportunities.
Jerry Marotta because he's been very supportive.
Carl Adami and Melissa McGill because they're Judy and Toast.
Kevin Bartlett because he exceeds my expectations of humanity.
Finally, the people who
build the machines,
create the sounds,
innovate the methods...
you people are my inspiration

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