"Frou-Frou Foxes in Midsummer Fires" as written by Simon Philip Raymonde, Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
I buckle and rosed
As god and the rest(wrist)
How mere riches be
A war or we lose
Close into symbols
A fly drinks the ignitions(indications)
They turn infant's breath my
Milk and wrap to her baby
In day
And night to come
And night to come

Their little hands
Smooth all things
Ad nauseum
Singed by it, pulled around of my blazening
(Pulled round)
Eyes on the usually science of cherry-colored
(Trousers)
Limelight not the music it's plain as as can be so
(Tighter)
All of the time I improvise by making sure
(Tighter)
It's to wait for you
Rounder
Pulled rounder
Pulled rounder
Pulled rounder

Pulled round
Trousers
Tighter
Tighter
Their fan I tickle
From serpents to dragons
I'd immerse you in flame
Your milk and your passion
Lead weight for his from his old turn
The young, I was eagerest
On using the stairs I
How nested to find you
I buckle and rosed
As god and the rest(wrist)
How mere riches be
A war all we lose
Close into symbols
A fly drinks the ignitions
They turn infant's breath my
Milk and wrap to her baby
In day
And night to come
Their little hands
Smooth all things
Ad nauseum
Things old
And young
Very young
Rise here comes our reason
New skies are a young escape to find you
Singed by it, pulled around of my blazening
(Pulled round)
Eyes on the usually science of cherry-coloursed
(Trousers)
Limelight not the music, it's plain as as can be so
(Tighter)
All of the time I improvise by making sure
(Tighter)
It's to wait for you
Pulled round of
Pulled round of
Pulled round of
Pulled round of


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"Frou-Frou Foxes in Midsummer Fires" as written by H. Budd E. Fraser

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  • +1
    My InterpretationOk, both the band themselves and critics say that their lyrics are not designed to mean something specific, at least not consciously.

    However, after reading about how Heaven Or Las Vegas seemed to have lyrics dealing with Elisabeth Fraser's feelings on her (back then) newly achieved motherhood, now the lyrics to this song, although still coming from a relatively "unconscious place", seem to be about her waiting for her daughter's birth and being excited about motherhood and the angelical qualities of babies, the devotion and freedom from becoming a mother somehow and also breastfeeding and etc.

    Well, these are just my guessings. Could be, could not be.

    I have recently discovered their music and this one is my favourite. It's so magical, so unexplainable, the chorus is just so freedom-oriented and intellectual at the same time, so "summer".
    JulioCMMSon July 25, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentTotally agree. This song is beautiful and is such a perfect summer song.
    And I'm wondering if maybe the chorus isn't a little jab at the rest of the band. Maybe Liz was already turning into the frustrated Four Calendar Cafe version where she's just kind of burned out with everything.
    CocoCocoon August 19, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe lyrics remain confusing. However the chords remain so haunting and beautiful that this song has been playing in the background of my mind for years.
    HVYMETLon April 27, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthow long does does the verification/audit take?
    boinghd1on May 19, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"a firedrake's ignitions"

    i saw them on psilocybe and listened to this album over and over on lsd.
    a favourite.
    mikal10848on April 24, 2017   Link
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    General Comment"a firedrake's ignitions"

    i saw them on psilocybe and listened to this album over and over on lsd.
    a favourite.
    mikal10848on April 24, 2017   Link

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