"Siriustar" as written by and Satomi Matsuzaki John Dieterich....
Boom light that fire. Howl, howl, howl.
Deer God's eyes.
Wild music of the hoof playing in big fire.
Boom light that fire. Howl, howl, howl.
Lunatic night rises.
Sonic of the moon flips them inside out.

Glowing slowly

Sonic of the moon lifts us to higher.
You got to rouse now. How, how, how?
Be a Sirius star.
Nobody's no more fools you to think how.
No gabs about them. No, no, no.
Open your eyes wide.

Breathe sets you free.

Count the stars. Be blind to see.
Whisper I will seek out
A luminous tonight.
Sights are fading.

Revive your fire. Now, now, now.
We have wolf minds.
Knock your door of the minds hard to wake them up.
Bark to the moon loud. Shout, shout, shout.
Make a wish come true.

Glare eternity.


Lyrics submitted by Spacecow

"Siriustar" as written by Gregory Lovell Saunier Christopher Robert Cohen

Lyrics © TERRORBIRD PUBLISHING LLC

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    General CommentI don't know if this is about wolves, or a werewolf, or what, but it's the best god damn song Deerhoof has ever done.
    Spacecowon December 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is calling upon the human race to unleash our inhibited instincts.
    clarkthe2ndon July 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I think it's about our letting out primitive instictual sexual desires.

    Boom light the fire, howl howl howl...

    Sonic of the moon flips them inside out....about the strange things the moon does to us.

    We have wolf minds...
    cccaseyon October 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI just really enjoy how slow they get away with playing at points during the song, it's really just fantastic
    Akoni17on November 11, 2009   Link

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