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Daniel Caesar


I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita
Vishnu, was trying to persuade the prince that, he should do his duty
And to impress him, takes on his multi-armed form
And says, "Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds"

Oh, how can this be? I finally found peace
Just how long til' she strip for me?
So come on baby, in time we'll all freeze
Ain't no stoppin' that entropy

Am I just a dog, let's find me a bone
Or perhaps have I found a home
Been sniffin' around all over the town
I just can't stop settlin' down

Signs on the sparrow, eyes is on me
More eyes than the KGB
Sometimes I suffer, sometimes I bleed
Not all at once, time flows when you leave

Only forwards, never backwards
Seek the darkness, seek the laughter
Raise my jersey to the rafters
Let moss consume me in the light

Oh, how can this be? I finally found peace
Just how long til' she strip for me?
So come on baby, in time we'll all freeze
Ain't no stoppin' that entropy

So maybe my ego's out of control
Can that be avoided I don't know?
I hated myself when I was a boy
Now that I don't, they tryna take my joy

Signs on the sparrow, eyes is on me (Eyes on the sparrow)
More eyes than the KGB (KGB)
Sometimes I suffer, sometimes I bleed (Sometimes)
Not all at once, time flows when you leave (Flows)

Only forwards, never backwards (Backwards)
Seek the darkness, seek the laughter (Laughter)
Raise my jersey to the rafters
Let moss consume me in the light

Oh, how can this be? I finally found peace
Just how long til' she strip for me?
So come on baby, in time we'll all freeze
Ain't no stoppin' that entropy

Drifting towards the deep freeze
Thermodynamics, there's no escape
The good Lord he gives, the Lord he takes
No life without energy

Drifting towards the deep freeze
Thermodynamics, there's no escape
The good Lord he gives, the Lord he takes
No life without energy

Drifting towards the deep freeze


DANIEL CAESAR

The world has come to understand R&B/Soul music as a multi-faceted genre that transcends soundwaves into the inner core of our existence — a genre that makes listeners feel, rather than just hear. For 21-year-old Toronto native Daniel Caesar, the R&B/Soul genre serves as a skeleton to which he builds up with jarring gospel undertones, heart-tugging guitar chords, and soothing harmonious vocals.

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