Music by Kris McDaniel/Ben Bradley with vocal harmonies by Carrie Jenkins.
Lyrics by Carrie Jenkins/Kris McDaniel.
Carrie Jenkins — vocals
Kris McDaniel — keyboards, electric guitar, drum programming
Ben Bradley — electric guitar
Carrie’s parts were recorded by Carrie in Nottingham.
Kris and Ben’s parts were recorded by Kris and Ben in Syracuse.
Song engineered by Kris McDaniel.
Art by Paul Prescott
I don’t care what you are because I love you, yes I do
I don’t care what you’re qua because I love you, yes it’s true
You could be a member of the most disgusting ontological category
And it wouldn’t matter to me as long as you were mine
Do you think I would be struck dumb
If you were a mere mereological sum?
Keep composing my heart because I love you, yes I do
You’re my timeless part because I love you, yes it’s true
You could be an instance of the most repulsive mereological property
And I wouldn’t even see, I’d still think you’re divine
I would evince no astonishment
If you were a rigid embodiment
Sweet material thing, you’re gonna be with me
Sweet material thing
Your identity could be determined by highly non-traditional conditions
I’m prepared to entertain disturbing metaphysical suppositions
You can tell me if you think that you and I need functional definitions
And I’ll make the same decisions, yeah I’ll still think you’re Fine
I’ll still think you’re Fine
I’ll still think you’re Fine, yeah