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I feel greater than the sum of all my parts
A domestic beast with a hairy heart
Trapped within a walled suburbia

I've found my tastes are somewhat underground
Between the shadows and the cracks
I'm building my utopia

I need to break free from all that binds
That makes me old before my time
In this world of dystopia
My love is like a bright guiding light
Shining in the darkness of the night
The star of my utopia

In the motion of the sea
In the air that we breathe
Can you feel me
In the stars and in the trees
In the sound of the bees
Can you hear me

Caged golden memories
Time has come to show your true feelings
I know it's the only way to be
When the same old feelings come out of me

I feel greater than the sum of all my parts
A space jockey from a distant star
Marooned upon dystopia
I've found my tastes are somewhat underground
Between the shadows and the cracks
I'm building my utopia

In the motion of the sea
In the air that we breathe
Can you feel me
In the stars and in the trees
In the sound of the bees
Can you hear me

In our utopia
You will be queen
And I will be king
In our utopia
You will be free
To be whoever you want to be

'Pas de deux' (1968) performance scenes by Norman McLaren
Choreography: Ludmilla Chiriaeff
Dancers: Margaret Mercier, Vincent Warren

'Pas de deux', a stunning meditation on form and movement considered by many to be McLaren's masterpiece, was created by photographing backlit dancers dressed in white against a black backdrop. McLaren then used an optical printer to expose individual frames up to 11 times.

It won 20 awards, nationally and internationally, including a special Canadian Film Award for exceptional quality and awards at festivals in Melbourne, Locarno, Buenos Aires, Chicago, New York and London, England, as well as receiving a nomination for the 1968 Academy Award for best live action short.

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