The 'People Things Work Out For' Remixes

by Baba Sonya feat. Steel

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released September 14, 2016

Music by Baba Sonya
Remix by DJ Steel

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Track Name: Human-Made Machines (remix)[feat. Steel]
We didn't make our bodies any stronger, it's just electricity
I can say goodnight to you in Warsaw and feel like you're next to me
We're not invincible as we might seem to be
Flying through the skies at night in human-made machines

We are surrounded by the work of human hands
We are too small, too young, and we don't understand

In the dark can you see?
If it went away could you re-create this technology?
Do you need a light or can you see?
If they took it away from you can you make anything?
Track Name: Gasping & Gaunt (remix)[feat. Steel]
although we conquered doubt, a fear might always stay inside ourselves preserving ego for a rainy day, a loneliness that sets in as we push away the work we do and ones we love until we dissipate

I know the things that you say are not the things that I want to hear but I keep drilling til there's a problem to flaunt, to get red in the face searching for saviors to hate to keep us ready and willing until we're gasping and gaunt

I know we'll talk about the future anyway, never second-guessing anyone who calls your name, a questioning without a greeting written in shame, a longing to repair since the precedent was made, but

I know the things that you say are not the things that I want to hear but I keep drilling til there's a problem to flaunt, to get red in the face looking for saviors to hate to keep us ready and willing until we're gasping and gaunt

I won't always see the things spelled out for me, whether I stay or go or feel uncomfortable
loneliness it takes a lot out of its captor regardless if it knows what it's after.