Die Robot | Move Along

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Move Along

by Die Robot

Move Along single Recorded & Mixed at Enfected Records. Mastered by Will Coca at Spare Room Mastering. Music & Lyrics by Vince Christian and Barbie Saint.
Genre: Rock: Industrial Rock
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Move Along is consider the transition song in between Pop Dolls and Die Robot. When Vince Christian and Barbie Saint finally made it to Portland, this is the first song they recorded back in 2012. It has been always performed live by Die Robot and this is the remastered version!
Move Along Recorded & Mixed at Enfected Records. Mastered by Will Coca at Spare Room Mastering.

Move Along
© Die Robot
Music And Lyrics Barbie Saint and Vince Christian

Move along, a new time,
a new place,
somewhere far
runaway with me.

Bitter dreams will lay to waste
somewhere down the line
In between will see the shine
and be the sun we left behind

Bitter dreams will lay to waste
somewhere down the line...

Keep on moving on
down the line, down the line
are we there? ... are we there?
In between we'll see the shine
and be the sun we left behind
Keep on moving on
down the line, down the line
are we there? ... are we there?

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Mood: Sex Music
Floating around in the deep recesses of your mind, massaging that under-used brain matter, this Die Robot track drips spoonfuls of dark, syrupy sweetness all over those vaguely familiar innards. Spacey and distant and yet reassuring, like an old friend you haven't seen it awhile, never skipping a beat, it rolls on. Allow Die Robot wash over you!
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