Hamiltonian Lullaby-DEMO by Mikal van Oene published on 2013-05-24T19:19:11Z This is just a demo, not the finished product. Original Content, not a cover. Because of the poor recording quality you can't really hear the lyrics. I've transcribed them so they can be followed: "One thousand specks from long ago have drifted out to pasture and formed a shell of flesh and bones with which to hold their master. You and I, our hearts beat starstuff. Eyes looking through tunneled vision. It's easy to forget our atoms: Built with nuclear fusion. Born in two separate bodies, cast out into the sea. I find the tide unbearable- your ship set sail so easily. Your fortune my misfortune. Your body shining bright. I've begun to form, yet faulty. I can barely make it through the night. And when finding words to form a semblance of a memory, I feel they come across inane. Language is not natural for me. Do you remember long ago, the walk through downy wood? You promised never to let go, yet I still knew you would. The veil will cast it's shadows, throwing us into the night. Can you feel it lifting? We will, through creation, once more spark the light."