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Daft Punk – The Writing of Fragments of Time (feat. Todd Edwards)

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Daft Punk – The Writing of Fragments of Time (feat. Todd Edwards) Lyrics

[Speaking, singing]

Todd Edwards:
Keep building those

Thomas Bangalter:
Keep building those, yeah

Todd Edwards:
Keep building random mem—
Thomas Bangalter:
So you know this song is about Todd coming here and making the song, and working with us. I would never leave, keep building these random memories

Todd Edwards:
Good, we’re almost there. That’s this part, I knew the beginning was the hardest part! It was like working with it

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
Never leave, keep building these random memories, oh

Todd Edwards:
‘Cause wait, that’s the thing, “Since I can’t”, it’s gonna be like, something about it having to stop, the way I’ll get around that is by going back to these

Thomas Bangalter:
Fragments of time

Todd Edwards:
Yes, yes exactly. These fragments, that’s how it’s going to be

Thomas Bangalter:
These fragments of time

[Both humming “Fragments of Time” melody]

Thomas Bangalter:
I just keep playing back these fragments of time

Todd Edwards:
Fragments of time

Thomas Bangalter:
Fragments of time

Todd Edwards:
Do me a favor, I don’t mean to cut you because we’re almost. I just wanna hear the, before the “way”
I don’t ever want it to end
If I had my way, I would never leave
Keep building these random memories
Before it’s too late
Okay, so that’s the part, I just have to remember that
Okay, alright, so, um, so the thing of it is “I can’t stay” but it’s like the whole concept is “I can’t stay”

Thomas Bangalter:
But it comes to end, but since everything comes
Since everything
I don’t know if it’s you that “can’t stay”

Todd Edwards:
I know, but
And I don’t ever want it to end

Thomas Bangalter:
If I had my way, I would never leave
Keep building these random memories
Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
Since I can’t stay

Todd Edwards:
Do you think the line should, I think this will be a good thing
Should the line reflect that things can’t stay the same? Like in other words, I wish that it could always remain today, like type of thing? Like should it be that? Like that might help in writing it, like in other words, you know

Thomas Bangalter:
Keep building these random memories
Turning your days into melodies

Todd Edwards:
That’s so sweet! That this is—

Thomas Bangalter:
But since I can’t stay

Todd Edwards:
Turning our days into melodies
Okay

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
If I had my way, I would never leave
Keep building these memories
Turning our days into melodies
But since I can’t stay

Todd Edwards:
Woohoo!

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
If I had my way, I would never leave
Keep building these memories
Turning our days into melodies
But since I can’t stay

Thomas Bangalter:
I think sometime the hard thing is just finding the melody
And now we have the melody for the second part of the verse, which can just like write another thing

Todd Edwards:
Yes, exactly! Exactly!

Thomas Bangalter:
If we do that, it just becomes 2 verse or if we, or if we, really struggle it can just become the second verse. More like a backup plan, y’know?

Todd Edwards:
Exactly, exactly. Yeah, exactly. And plus, the idea is that you can even, you know, for the second verse kinda sing it like this, but change some of it. Like you know, improvise like. [humming melody]

Thomas Bangalter:
But if there’s no way, you can just play that

Todd Edwards:
Yeah, yeah. Exactly. Whatever the case, we’ll find a breakthrough

Thomas Bangalter:
Yeah, yeah, I agree, let’s imagine that we do

[Todd Edwards humming]

Todd Edwards:
There’s so many, so many possibilities for it to be rhymed easily
Faces I’ve never seen

Thomas Bangalter:
Fantasy? We’re doing that in another song

Todd Edwards:
I didn’t say “fantasy”, I said faces I’ve seen in dreams

Thomas Bangalter:
Oh, you didn’t? Oh

Todd Edwards:
In other words

Thomas Bangalter:
Oh, “familiar faces I’ve never seen?”. Instead of doing, instead of doing “unfamiliar faces” that feels like it’s still, familiar faces I’ve never seen, you know?

Todd Edwards:
I love it, that’s so crazy

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
Faces I’ve never seen

Thomas Bangalter:
That’s good, right?

Todd Edwards:
In my memories, I found my dream
Or like?

Thomas Bangalter:
Familiar faces I’ve never seen

Todd Edwards:
Oh my god, that’s such a beautiful line. Familiar faces I’ve never seen, I love it!

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
Familiar faces I’ve never seen

Thomas Bangalter:
Feeling this straight

Thomas Bangalter & Todd Edwards:
Out of a dream

Todd Edwards:
Or you know, a half-remembered dream, or something

Thomas Bangalter:
There’s something like that in “Touch”, he said that

Todd Edwards:
Oh really? That’s crazy. I did not, I didn’t even pick that up

Thomas Bangalter:
A half-remembered song, yeah. That’s exciting me

Todd Edwards:
Yeah, but I swear, but like that just came up. That connection is just like, it’s crazy

Thomas Bangalter:
Seen and dream, that’s cool too! Dream, been. A dream within a dream, that’s in “Touch” too. Yeah there’s the word “dream” everywhere!

Todd Edwards:
Yeah and that’s fine! It kinda has a connection, like the congruency, yeah!

Todd Edwards:
That “familiar faces” line, man, that’s hot. To be able to express something so great, and, like, it’s almost like a haiku, you know what I mean? You only have a few syllables to say something and it’s like

Thomas Bangalter:
Familiar faces I’ve never seen. But yeah, that’s totally my alley of California vibes, you know?

Todd Edwards:
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Thomas Bangalter:
Familiar faces I’ve never seen

Todd Edwards:
You know, I’m actually, there’s some parts I’m getting choked up because it’s so damn emotional just putting these 3 weeks into words, it’s really intense, actually. I’ve never felt anything like this before

Unknown voice:
Yeah, now every time you hear this song, you’re gonna

Todd Edwards:
Yeah, seriously, it’s insane

Unknown voice:
It’s capturing it, it’s making it forever!

Todd Edwards:
Yeah

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