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Sage Francis

Sage Francis Human the Death Dance cover art
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I just sit there, and let the thoughts flood
And I remind myself: “it's all right, it's all good, it's all love”
It's not though. Cuz there's a kink in the armor
A pot hole I'm sinkin' in, while I think of the drama
So I stand up, I start to pace in my living room
Set my eye to the highway, knowin' that I'll play chicken soon
There's a vanity plate, wit my name on it
There's a Davy Crocket hat with a Masonic fat cat under it
A musket rifle spittin' at my feet
They want me to dance in the middle of the street
And I respect my elders, so I do as I'm told
But I offset the bell curve when I do it with soul. Losin' control.
Guilty feet do have rhythm
They just dance to the wrong theme music to amuse the villain.
Instead of killin', I spare the raccoon

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Growing Pains
  • 2 Underground for Dummies
  • 3 Civil Obedience
  • 4 Got Up This Morning
  • 5 Good Fashion
  • 6 Clickety Clack
  • 7 Midgets and Giants
  • 8 Broccilude
  • 9 High Step
  • 10 Keep Moving
  • 11 Waterline
  • 12 Black Out on White Night
  • 13 Hell of a Year
  • 14 Call Me Francois
  • 15 Hoofprints in the Sand
  • 16 Going Back to Rehab

  • credits

    publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Mark Isham, Paul F. Landry
    album: Track 11 in album Human the Death Dance
    release date: 2007-5-8
    popularity : 54 users have visited this page.
    genres: Electronic Hip Hop Rock
    styles: Abstract/Hip Hop/Conscious
    length: 2:03

    Album Information

    label: Epitaph
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 045778685820
    script: Latin