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Bathroom Locks, Boys Tap and a Dance Contest

Released Tuesday, 28th June 2016
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An attempt at a redditation dissolves into what I wish was a dream. Instead you can take a dull journey into the meaning of being a bad, bad boy. A world that makes no sense with strange locks and shuffle ball steps. As you enter a deep sleep we will move into a world when dance puts an end to all social strata and unites with a strange joy. Your smiling while you sleep, is it schadenfreude or are you tap, taping your way across dreamland?
Originally published Jan 13th, 2015 http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/184
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