Who Sang Crucify? Tori Amos

Tori Amos Little Earthquakes cover art

Some other versions of "Crucify"
release date: 1992-1-13
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Alternative Rock/Soft Rock/Vocal
length: 5:01
producer: Davitt Sigerson
membranophone: Ed Greene
vocal: Tori Amos
mixer: Paul McKenna
recording engineer: John Beverly Jones
bass: Jef Scott
percussion: Paulinho da Costa
mandolin: John Chamberlin
ukulele: Eric Williams
assistant recording engineer: Leslie Ann Jones
piano: Tori Amos
background vocals: Tina Gullickson and Nancy Shanks
Every finger in the room is pointing at me
I wanna spit in their faces then I get afraid of what that could bring
I got a bowling ball in my stomach I got a desert in my mouth
Figures that my courage would choose to sell out now

I've been looking for a savior in these dirty streets
Looking for a savior beneath these dirty sheets
I've been raising up my hands
Drive another nail in just what god needs one more victim

Why do we crucify ourselves
Every day
I crucify myself
Nothing I do is good enough for you
Crucify myself
Every day
And my heart is sick of being in chains

Got a kick for a dog beggin' for love
I gotta have my suffering so that I can have my cross
I know a cat named Easter he says
Will you ever learn you're just an empty cage girl
If you kill the bird

I've been looking for a savior...
Looking for a savior...
I've been raising up my hands...
Got enough guilt to start my own religion
Please be save me
I cry

Why do we...

Vinyl 1
  • 1 Crucify
  • 2 Girl
  • 3 Silent All These Years
  • 4 Precious Things
  • 5 Winter
  • 6 Happy Phantom
  • 7 China
  • 8 Leather
  • 9 Mother
  • 10 Tear in Your Hand
  • 11 Me and a Gun
  • 12 Little Earthquakes

  • Album Information
    label: EastWest Records America
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin