"Running Thoughts" as written by and Satomi Matsuzaki John Dieterich....
They were called The Runners Four.
Always slipping through the back door
When they come ashore

Sneaking through their precious load,
Cheating customs in a speedboat.

When they come in from far away
Oh they never can stay.
They fly away to other skies
With the sun in their eyes.

Make their entrance two by two
Bringing us a thought that's so new
Whistling secret tunes

And smuggling through their precious smile
Breaking customs for a short while


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"Running Thoughts" as written by Gregory Lovell Saunier Christopher Robert Cohen

Lyrics © TERRORBIRD PUBLISHING LLC

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    General Commentsooo good!
    icicleson March 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat's right icicles.!deep down there's pretty pop in their heart.tune lyrics vocals,everything points out to that.
    veruskaon October 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti haven't heard much old deerhoof, but they do indeed have a ton of pop sensibility. their hooks are so subtle you can barely deem them hooks, but they do rub my ears the right way.
    Eterna1on June 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOK, so Deerhoof = :)

    But...what's this song mean?
    aaaannddyon October 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOK, so Deerhoof = :)

    But...what's this song mean?
    aaaannddyon October 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOK, so Deerhoof = :)

    But...what's this song mean?
    aaaannddyon October 26, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionWeird freedom smugglers from another world - couldn't they be Deerhoof themselves?
    Or the leprechauns visiting their minds to inspire them songs...
    chavahuon September 21, 2016   Link

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