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Laurie Anderson – Example #22 lyrics

Beispiele paranormale tonbandstimmen. Was sind paranormale tonbandstimmen? Es sind stimmen unbekannter herkunft. Es sind paranormaler tonbandstimmen- (examples of paranormal voices on tape. What
Paranormal voices on tape? They are voices of unknown origin. They are paranormal voices on tape-) ihren klang. Ich verstehe die sprachen. Ich verstehe die sprachen nicht. Ich hore nur irhen kla
Your sound. I understand the languages. I don't understand the languages. I hear only your sound.) the sun is shining slowly the birds are flying so low. Honey you're my one and only, so pay my
You owe me. Lights are going down, slowly, in the woods the animals are moving. In my dreams you're talking to me. Your voice is moving through me. You talk as if you knew me. So pay me what you
Me. Beispiel nummer zweiundzwanzig. (example #22.) the sun is shining slowly the birds are flying so low. Honey you're my one and only so pay me what you owe me.

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