Step Mother Earth Lyrics


publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Steven Morrissey, Alain Gordon Whyte
album: Track 4 in album 28
release date: 1998-10-17
popularity : 6 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Punk
length: 2:08

Cover Art

Radon 28 cover art
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nothing fancy, no paternal throne,
just a place I can always return to when my head's hangin' low.
All I need is a friend I can turn to, no one famous,
not some upper class clone,
just a friend I can go all berserk with when my head's hangin' low.
Ask a man why he never cries,
ask a woman why she's never at home,
I saw her on the deck of the Enterprise,
enslaved on a planet unknown.
My old man said to me just the other day,
here's some wisdom that you'll never outgrow,
rest assured that someday
"we're all gonna die, and time is worth more than gold."
Who burned my piece of American pie?
Hey you, with your upwardly mobile home,
who made your status go so high?
I know, I know, I know why.

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Lying to You
  • 2 Live It Down
  • 3 Science Fiction
  • 4 Step Mother Earth
  • 5 Audio Illusions
  • 6 Two Feet
  • 7 Feline Growth
  • 8 Haiti
  • 9 Grandma's Cootie
  • 10 Rasta Guy