134340 Pluto

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134340 Pluto
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Written by Bora Karaca
Appears on Cojum Dip
Sung by Bora Karaca
Duration 3:42
Genre Avant-garde metal, Jazz
Language English, Greek, Hawaiian




134340 Pluto is the last song on Cojum Dip's album, Cojum Dip, written by Bora Karaca.


Trivia[edit]

  • The title refers to the | minor-planet designation of Pluto.
  • The IAU stands for "International Astronomical Union", which famously declared Pluto a dwarf planet in 2006.
  • The Greek translates to 134340 Pluto.
  • Haumea is a dwarf planet located beyond Neptune's orbit, and is named after the Hawaiian goddess of childbirth.
  • Eris is the most massive and second most voluminous dwarf planet in the solar system, and is named after the Greek goddess of strife and discord.



Lyrics[edit]

My name was Pluto
As a planet I was known
What did I do
To anger the unified IAU?

Am I real or someone else’s dream?
Flying eccentric circles till I scream
I’ve only gotten here
Icy coats tell me to disappear

My name was Pluto
Shy of one third of my years
Given a pseudonym
Swinging with the spheres
What did I do?
My planetary dreams have fallen through

Am I real or someone else’s dream?
Flying eccentric circles till I scream
I’ve only gotten here
Just because ecliptic’s nowhere near
Enough of my chagrin
Designated dwarf as if I’ve been
An errant asteroid
I’ll just see myself out to the void

It’s just as I had feared
I’ve never felt
ένα τρία τέσσερα τρία τέσσερα μηδέν Πλούτων
There are no bullies here
The Kuiper Belt

Wait
Haumea
Makemake
I’m coming
Those of us un-
seen

I will be missed
Betrayer of your own kind, Eris

Am I real or someone else’s dream?
Flying eccentric circles till I scream
I’ve only gotten here
Just because ecliptic’s nowhere near
Enough of my chagrin
Designated dwarf as if I’ve been
An errant asteroid
I’ll just see myself out to the void