The Clash

The Clash - Silicone On Sapphire

Have you ever asked yourself

Who holds the key that winds up Big Ben?

Right Channel: Silicone on Sapphire

Left Channel: Connection

R: My prerogative is zero

L: When is your start

L: What is your data

R: Databus

L: Databus

R: I'm pushing your breakpoints

L: [Anytime Mike](?)

R: Know my subroutine

L: Motorola exor(?)sizer

R: Modem connecting

L: In sync

R: Buffer

R: Handshaking

L: Throughput

R: Mnemonic code

L: I have your sentences right

L: Go ahead

R: Macro command

L: Yes

R: This is my micro instruction

L: Improper request

L: Output failed

R: Request debug

L: Improper request

R: Request debug

L: System debug freeze

R: Your memory is volatile

L: Freeze

R: Log(?), add this is my address bus

L: Log add

R: Kill

L: Kill

R: (?)

L: (?)

R: Rub out

L: You're on system interconnect

L: You are typing into my memory

L: Shift, shift, shift

R: That's better

R: Now my decoder

R: I request your zero variable storage

L: I am a Texas Instrument

R: Clear, overrun

L: My zero positive

R: Truth table

L: Connection

R: Give me your input

L: Vector interrupt

R: Erase function

L: Vector interrupt

R: Go to RAM, Go to RAM

L: Go yourself

R: Go to RAM

L: I [take it back](?)

R: Your memory is volitile

R: Your inputs, are deprived

L: Save, save

R: Erase [bridge](?)

R: Go to outputs

L: Large scale integration

R: No source statements

L: Give me, give me flowchart

R: All [died on call](?) databus

L: Hardware, firmware

L: Inhibit, inhibit, overflow

R: Yes. Hardwired logic. Machine language

L: Connection deprived by request, request

L: Parallel operation

L: Give me push count stack

L: I must have your address first

L: Take your datalog recharge

L: Hello, hello

R: System debug freeze

R: Clear restore and exit

R: Exit all done

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