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Klaxons - Magick

Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
The magick comandeer

The way to mother noose
The way to suck an egg
The way to golden dawn
The way to Koh Phangan

The glitter on the snow
The place to always go
Do what you will
Do what you will

The glitter on the snow
The place to always go
Do what you will
Do what you will

Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
The magick comandeer

The way to mother noose
The way to suck an egg
The way to golden dawn
The way to Koh Phangan

The glitter on the snow
The place to always go
Do what you will
Do what you will

The glitter on the snow
The place to always go
Do what you will
Do what you will

The virtue of the voice
The view from devil's town
The city with tipped-on tongue
The broken silver wand

The glitter on the snow
The place to always go
Do what you will
Do what you will

Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
Magick, without tears
The magick comandeer

"Magick" is a song released by London new rave band Klaxons on October 30, 2006. It reached #29 in the United Kingdom charts, released on November 5. It is also taken from their album Myths of the Near Future, which was released on January 29, 2007. The track is a reference to British occultist Aleister Crowley citing parts of spells written by him and other related matters such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

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