I am tired of the algorithm

I am tired of the algorithm

sam sorrow's picture
NOT SAFE FOR WORK

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I decided to bust out the drums and at least get one more song done. . .

Lyrics: 

I am tired of the algorithm
I am tired of the pain
I am tired of the feedback buzzing in my brain

I am tired of the chaos
I am tired of the fear
I am tired and wondering what the fuck I am doing here

I am tired of relapse
I am tired of the road
I am tired of feeling like my brain will explode



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Comments

kahlo2013's picture

Love the drums. The sentiment perfectly captures the feeling I had yesterday during my last meeting on a 14 hour work day. The repetition is perfect. Great delivery.

coolparadiso's picture

I can think of so many times i would love to have sung that! spot on! very good

metalfoot's picture

The drony feel to the song creates an intensity and edge to the song. It's like one big, slightly shifting chorus all the way through, and rather effective. Nice work.

billwhite51's picture

excellent job of building a song on a drum part. concept of the song is good and the expression of it right on the mark. the repitition is convincing evidence that you at you mean what you sing.

Drums! Yes. You sounds great. I still haven't learned to play mine properly. Lyrics make me think how some say were are all just running on programs that loop continuously til we purposefully decide to change them. that's the real trick though. Once those loops are ingrained, it's tough to break the habit. Anyway, that's my thought because I'm actually trying to reprogram my loops right now. Tedious work. :P

Fuzzy's picture

Oh yeah, such awesome goodness here!
I'm really really liking the drums and staccato electric guitar combo.
Jeez. I need more like this!
Such excellent work!!

"I'm tired of the algorithm" - oh my word, yes. Absolutely this. I recently read "Algorithms to Live By" by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths, and while it's a fascinating read, life should NEVER be governed by "If/Then" statements. Facebook, I'm looking at you.

lowhum's picture

A bit short of the bo diddley circadian rhythm this makes every diurnal rock animal smile!