Shrinking Universe (song)

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Muse song
Name Shrinking Universe
Album/single New Born CD1 (2), Hullabaloo Soundtrack (2)
Length 3:06
Alternative titles -
First live performance 11th October 2000
Latest live performance Unknown
Recorded Real World Studio Wiltshire, January 2001
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer John Leckie

Description

B-side that was rarely played live. It was played at least three times before Origin of Symmetry was released though: 11th October 2000 at Drum Logos, Fukuoka, Japan, 12th October 2000 at Bayside Jenny, Osaka, Japan and 20th October 2000 at Melbourne Palace, Australia.

Slightly similar arpeggios to Stockholm Syndrome and Bliss.

Lyrics

Cast your ideals onto me

And I'll show you what you really need Give too much attention And I'll reflect your imperfections

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

Purposeless survival Now there's nothing left to die for So don't struggle to recognize Now the cruelly heart-felt suicide

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

Aaah...

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

Early live version

Cast your ideals onto me

And I'll show you what you really need Give me some attention And I'll hide your imperfections

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

Purposeless survival Now there's nothing left to die for So don't struggle to recognize Another heart-felt, coldly suicide

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

Aaah...

Can't you see it's over Because you're the god Of a shrinking universe

See also


Go back to Hullabaloo Soundtrack