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UNDELETED SCENES

by Eugene Ruff-Wagner

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Robyn Mackenzie It's quirky, it's dancey, it's weird, it's epic. A cross between the B-52s, Wall of Voodoo, and Massive Attack. Favorite track: Switch On.
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Just around the corner Three blocks down Lives a Lego Man No knees, perfect hair Semicircles for his hands He’s always smiling, smiling But he can’t understand He says I’m tired of my life being built for me Backed into a corner My life’s all angles I want out I want out His friends call him a square There’s nowhere left to turn So Lego Man packs up his things There’s nothing left to learn He leaves city blocks behind him He leaves the place to burn He says I’m tired of my life being built for me Backed into a corner My life’s all angles I want out I want out Disassembled No one’s home He says I’m tired of my life being built for me He says I’m tired of my life being built for me He says I’m tired of my life being built for me He says I’m tired of my life being built for me I want out
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Switch On 03:09
We thought that they were merely toys For entertaining girls and boys Preparing for our destiny To harness electricity Science kits and chemistry And rocket toy assembly But then we found it truly fun To operate from zeros and ones Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do I’m up, you’re down, I’m down, you’re up, Switch on, switch off our feelings too The humans of antiquity Were focused on philosophy But soon set sail across the sea To make some new discoveries The smartest men in history They found it is no mystery To breach the cranial cavity And implant chips in you and me Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do I’m up, you’re down, I’m down, you’re up, Switch on, switch off our feelings too Humans become robots Cyborgs through and through Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off We’re coming after you Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do Switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off, switch on, switch off That’s what we do I’m up, you’re down, I’m down, you’re up, Switch on, switch off our feelings too
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Good Hands 03:10
You're sending me on an expedition to see what I can see Look, I would rather just do nothing And talk philosophically But I'm supposed to do something more Well OK, but what for? Tried to chase a vision But it was just a dead end Now you want me to try, try try again To see what I can see for you? I don't see what I see for just anybody How will I trust you? If I give you my vision on demand I hope you understand How vulnerable I am When my sight is your command I just pray my eyes are in good hands I just pray my eyes are in good hands Eyeglasses are spy glasses And my ass is in trouble Getting intel for the Collective consciousness And seeing double Sorry if you’d hoped for better news I can't lie when I show my honest views If I give you my vision on demand I hope you understand How vulnerable I am When my sight is your command I just pray my eyes are in good hands I just pray my eyes are in good hands
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I’ll sing a one-note melody, it goes like this No fourth or fifth or minor fall or major lift Something that will soothe and put your mind adrift I’ll sing a one-note melody I’ve got a one-note melody, a lovely drone For you to meditate together or all alone Slipping out of consciousness we all go home And sing a one-note melody I hear a one-note melody, it sounds like this It sounds like one hand clapping in a swirling mist It sounds like sound that makes no sound as you consider this To sing a one-note melody, here’s a solo now I add a one-note melody to one-note melody That’s not a contradiction, it’s called harmony All things in the universe have their own key And sing their one-note melody There is no reason and there is no rhyme There is no place and there is no time No future and no past, it’s all eternity It’s all a one-note melody

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released February 9, 2023

Music and Lyrics by Eugene Ruff-Wagner, Lorene J. Anderson, Robyn Mackenzie, and Suzanne Yada
Produced by Lorene J. Anderson, The Produce Aisle, New Orleans, LA USA

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Eugene Ruff-Wagner Edgewood, New Mexico

Knowing that songwriting was “the ticket” to girls, fame, and fortune, with his songs Eugene found his dream girl and became a hundred- aire! Whether writing alone or with others, and with influences ranging from Tom Lehrer to Tom Petty, Hayseed Dixie to AC/DC, and Ray Stevens to Stevie Ray, his music pays tribute everywhere and includes splashes of humor whenever possible. Happy listening! ... more

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