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degrees of reconciliation
Industrial Electronic
[Welcome to Fear Studios]
 missing the last part missing the last part
Digital/Electronic [LP]
circa 2005
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Digital/Electronic [LP]
circa 2000
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infatuation ensues, degradation of a hate/love relationship into parasitic suicidal codependancy. pentatonic and polyrhythmic influence.
written and performed by efesar.
© and (p) copyrights 1993-2005 by efesar
don't try to understand this
i know you'll never see this
i know you'll never feel this
it hurts but the truth will open your eyes when i am gone

i don't have to worry
this disillusioned world makes me want to cry
but i have no tears no tears in my soul for this
i have thirst in my heart and you are the desert

you won't understand this
and you'll use your life as a weapon
and i told you about that
and i know now you'll disregard me
are these degrees of reconciliation?

i said that i am defenseless
and now you've thrown your last dagger
you have wounded me mortally
because you won't understand this
Tropez/House of Gibson II/1998

a going away song, if you will. a half-completed video of this song sits in the vaults, waiting for the day that technology will allow it to be completed.
Degrees of Reconciliation marks the end of a very long, tumultuous relationship. Basically what this song is saying is that no matter how clearly spelled out a "divorce" is, there is always some need on both parts to "come back." This song is simply saying that sometimes these reconciliations are not possible.
July 31st, 1998
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