Who Sang Alarm Call? Björk

Björk Homogenic cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1997-9-22
Genre: Electronic Pop
Style: Leftfield/Modern Classical/IDM/Downtempo/Experimental
length: 4:20
producer: Mark Bell and Björk
mixer: Mark “Spike” Stent
arranger: Björk
Lyrics
Wo-oo-ooh hoh!
I have walked this earth
And watched people

It doesn't scare me at all
I can be sincere
And say I like them

It doesn't scare me at all
An-bithelafter-mer
An-yeah-hoh-oh
An-be-ja-a-a-ha-ha

You can't say no to hope
Can't say no to happiness

I want to go on a mountain-top
With a radio and good batteries
And play a joyous tune and
Free the human race
From suffering

It doesn't scare me at all
I'm no ****ing Buddhist
But this is enlightenment

The less room you give me
The more space I've got

It doesn't scare me at all
An-chamel-after
An-yeah-hoh-oh
An-be-ja-a-a-ha-ha

You can't say no to hope
Can't say no to happiness

It doesn't scare me at all
I want to be on a mountain-top
With a radio and good batteries
And play a joyous tune and
Free the
A-human race
From suffering

It doesn't scare me at all
This is an alarm-call
So wake-up, wake-up now
Woo-oo-ooh!
Today has never happened
And it doesn't frighten me

It doesn't scare me at all
An-bithel-after
An-yeah-hoh-oh
An-che-ja-a-a-ha-ha

You can't say no to hope
You can't say no to happiness
Wo-oo-ooh!

It doesn't scare me at all, wo-oo-ooh!

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Hunter
  • 2 Jóga
  • 3 Unravel
  • 4 Bachelorette
  • 5 All Neon Like
  • 6 5 Years
  • 7 Immature
  • 8 Alarm Call
  • 9 Pluto
  • 10 All Is Full of Love

  • Release information
    label: One Little Indian Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 5016958032920
    script: Latin