Prairie Dog Lyrics

Laika


publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Guy Fixsen, Margaret Fiedler
album: Track 1 in album Sounds of the Satellites
release date: 1997-5-8
popularity : 4 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Krautrock/Abstract/Downtempo/Trip Hop/Experimental
length: 4:57

Cover Art

Laika Sounds of the Satellites cover art
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Prairie now isn`t that a pretty word
Rolls off the tongue like a setting sun
You should have heard what I heard
A shriek a syllable a sleight of hand

Prairie now isn`t that a lonely word
Slips through the hands like a falling star
You should have seen what I saw
A mask an artifice a skillful smear

If I could pull the nerves from my skin
If I could pull the nerves from my skin I would

Prairie now isn`t that an evil word
Trips on its feet like a slouching beast
Surely things will change now
A start a plan a place to go
If I could pull the nerves from my skin
If I could pull the nerves from my skin I would

Prairie now isn`t that a pretty word
Rolls off the tongue like a setting sun
You should have heard what I heard
A shriek a syllable a sleight of hand

Surely things will change now
Surely things will change now
Surely things will change now
Surely things will change now


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Prairie Dog
  • 2 Breather
  • 3 Out of Sight and Snowblind
  • 4 Almost Sleeping
  • 5 Starry Night
  • 6 Bedbugs
  • 7 Martinis on the Moon
  • 8 Poor Gal
  • 9 Blood and Bones (Moody mix)
  • 10 Shut Off/Curl Up
  • 11 Spooky Rhodes
  • 12 Dirty Feet and Giggles
  • 13 Looking for the Jackalope