Algorhythmus // Click in the mud – part two

Algorhythmus

Click in the mud – part two

We have a problem, don‘t you see.

I try to make a step forward 2U on Sept, 21
Last year, it worth to ESC to get through the mud
with just a single click

Does it worth another stuff?
Do we need more staff?
Or ain‘t we tough enough
with just a single click?

What can you learn from this so far?

That search engines dies last.
So let it be written … in the cloud.

Lyrics by Jens T. Hinrichs

Algorhythmus // Our life, it has a cloud

ALGORHYTHMUS

Our life, it has a cloud

Father hunts for a smartphone best,
mother’s pessimistic she needs more test.
Whilst sisters got a date online
brothers got a date to keep logged in.
They can’t hang around without an App.

And you, are you breaking up with those relationships?
Our life, in the middle of our screen.
Our life, it has a cloud.

There’s always something happening.
And it’s usually ready to upload.
Nothing ever stopps the cloud.
Also sharing this message is allowed.

And you, are you breaking up with those relationships?
A cloud, hidden to suck lifetime
Our cloud, it has a life.

Someone tell you that you’ve got to get rid of it.
Because father stays late for afterwork and nightshift.
Mother has to check his statuses where he rest
then she sends the kids to all-day school.
Sees them off with a small dislike and a big dismiss.
In lots of days.

I remember days then when everything was real-time and true.
We wouldn‘t have such a timeline or such a downtime.

And I remember
how we’d play simply waste the time away.
Then we’d say nothing would come between users,
but such a happy realtime.

Our life, was our castle and our keep.
Our life, now within a cloud.

A cloud, that was where we used to keep.
A cloud, the instrument to pimp up our life.
A cloud, the instrument to keep us online.

Lyrics by Jens T. Hinrichs

Algorhythmus // What is a timeline?

Algorhythmus

What is a timeline

What’s a timeline?
It’s not already what it seems to be, a poetry,
all days full of happiness and joy.

Spending your life, watching the tags go by.
Hoping that someone like your statuses, too.

What’s a timeline?
It’s just a click so far from a data cloud,
all days full of beautiless and blue.

Spending your life, staring at the screens by
hoping there’s someone else who like this damn post, too.

Lyrics by Jens T. Hinrichs

Algorhythmus // Click in the mud – part one

Algorhythmus

Click in the mud – part one

Over the cloud
there’s a mountain so high,
but what does it look here, so nice?
It’s just user’s trash, so high.
The most of us will declare a fulsome praise.
The most of us will see
that the best thing we need
is a search engine machine.

Lyrics by Jens T. Hinrichs

Algorhythmus // Datenwolkenlied

Algorhythmus

Datenwolkenlied

Hinter den Datenwolken,
dort wo die Freiheit wohl grenzenlos zu sein scheint,
alle Sorgen, sagt man, kann ich mir, von dir ausborgen, denkt man,
überall dort, wo es richtig erscheint,
Datenschutz nichtig, Privatsphäre klein.

Über den Datenwolken,
dort wo die Freiheit wohl grenzenlos zu sein scheint,
alle Sorgen, sagt man, kann ich vor dir verbergen, denkt man,
überall dort, wo es richtig erscheint,
statt geben und nehmen, kämpft um euer User-Leben.

In den Datenwolken, dort wo die Freiheit, uns einst entzweien könnte,
alle Sprüche, sagt man, die ich noch für euch erfinden werde, gedenkt man,
überall dort, wo es richtig erscheint, meine Unworte zu verbieten.

Unter den Datenwolken,
dort wo die Freiheit, einfach ist und unentschlossen sein kann,
alle Sprüche, sagt man, die ich für euch einst erfand, gedenkt man,
überall dort, wo es richtig erscheint, meine Mundart feilzubieten.

Lyrik von Jens T. Hinrichs