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A Lone Human's Bible (live)

from Hamburg by a truth called nothing

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originally appears on "may 25th" (2003)

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walk one's morality, disincline society
night and day and the silence of fraud
the feelings that I don't have, have never been so clear
the chasm is wider than the firmament itself

what will see a tomorrow?
is it my flesh?
my portrait in sorrow
the apollon in my head

free to live your life - was it all in vain?
a direct line of distinctive descent
congregations may be peace of mind
in the endowments of a lone human's bible

what will see a tomorrow?
is it my flesh?
my portrait in sorrow
the apollon in my head

free to live your life - was it all in vain?
a direct line of distinctive descent
congregations may be peace of mind
in the endowments of a lone human's bible

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from Hamburg, released October 17, 2015

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a truth called nothing Stockholm, Sweden

The European atheist art-rock band, a truth called nothing, is made up of contrasts: they combine hi-i with lo-fi, death with joy. They have been active since the new millenium began, collaborating heavily with the european movement to legalize assisted suicide, as well as emerging at the forefront of the online phenomenon "Borgarkrossarna" ("The Bourgeois Breakers"). ... more

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