This dark, slow-tempo song is influenced by the atmospheric rock of artists like Pink Floyd and The Church. It delivers a nonsensical revolutionary call to defy the basic laws of physics.
There’s a crack in the pavement on Universe Drive,
A fault in the fabric of your spacetime blanket.
Your bomb rolled into a black hole and exploded nowhere,
And no one was hurt.
I agree we need some rhyme and reason,
And it’s clear we won’t find them here.
The conductor’s lost the beat.
Did you know, did you know, did you know,
Our silence is our consent?
Saying no, saying no, saying no out loud
Voices our discontent.
There’s a chance it sparks a conversation.
We can hope it kindles a fire
And it burns that drumbeat down.
Just say no to the laws of space and time
Just say no to the Lords of Space and Time