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This article has been made to display the lyrics to "Let Me Down Gently", a very old song written by Californian metal band Osmosis. It is the fifth and final track off their first release, Where's My Osmosis?.

LyricsEdit

You have the tool of a zebra,

With a cranium full of lice


Pulling me toward the ballroom's ravine

This is not a majestic symphony,

This is a forlorn courtyard

Chambers are resonating

The alma mater has been quieted

Let them who are with sin,

Cast the final stone


Sounding the seventh trumpet

Thirst on the ruby that grows airplane arms

The streetwalkers in the alley,

Now have shinguards that draw in juvenescence

Beauteous nails on the derelict blackboard

Toxins within me spread at an inconsistent rate

Oh!


What a sardonic bastard's land!


The veils have saxophone coloring,

But their sounds and texture are overgrown tin cans

Null strings denoted by Lambda

A bracelet was promised to me by a phoenix-esque queen

"Heave-ho!",

Said we as the anathematized were hoisted

No more inappropriate wanderlust


You have the tool of a zebra,

With a cranium full of lice

You have the tool of a zebra,

With a cranium full of lice

You have the tool of a zebra,

With a cranium full of lice

Track detailsEdit

  • Length: 5:22
  • Genre: Industrial metal, space disco, alternative metal
  • Producer: Terry Date
  • Band performance: Osmosis

CreditsEdit