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If you're choking on your soldiers
If you're drowning in your tea
When your anchor crosses over to trouble overseas

They used to say you were susceptible to episodes of sensitivity
Like it was some sort of disease
Let's call it what it is now
You still remember how to feel

We are evolving as a species
We are converging with machines
More predictable performers
With more predictable dreams

They used to say you were susceptible
To stepping back and asking what it means
Like it was some sort of disease...
Let's call it what it is now
You still remember how to feel

If you're not choking on your soldiers
I'd you're not drowning in your tea
Because you're choosing to ignore it
Because you're busy

Well, busy bee, are you replaceable?
There’s plenty more of you and me
You might want to seek the counsel
Of someone who remembers how to feel
Remembers how to feel

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from Brett Winterford and Wildes Meadow Band, track released July 8, 2015
Syd Green (drums)
Mark Holbert (bass)
Matt Tonks (guitars)
Brett Winterford (guitars, vocals)
Stu Hunter (Hammond organ)

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