Tool, an American rock band formed in 1990, created a nine minute twenty second song called Lateralus. This song had a repeating riff that played in the background. This riff had the tempo pattern of 9-8-7, which put together is the sixteenth term of a great pattern. This pattern is known as the Fibonacci Sequence. This song also uses this sequence in another creative way. Each of the words has a certain amount of syllables before a break. The syllables start at one and then follow the sequence to eight then falls back down to three. Then at the pre-chorus it goes from thirteen, to eight, then five and finally three (these verses don't actually correctly follow the sequence, as the sequence would spiral infinatly and not go back down). However, the chorus doesn't actually follow this sequence in any way.