"Fur Eyes" as written by and James Jonathan Tidswell Luke Boerdam....
When I wake up in the morning get close to you
Yeah
I was sucked to the river but the river was hung dry

High up in the clouds the stars raise their glass to you
Yeah
Visions of light stream down from the afterlife

Hum at night that feels so right
It heals my eyes
It leads a cavalcade

Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move

Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move

Stay up all night so dark I get warm with you
Yeah
Drunks in the street making video game noise

Dust in the city blew into my eyes I get high with you
Yeah
Claws digging deeper and deeper into the earth

Hum at night that feels so right
It heals my eyes and leads a cavalcade

Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move
Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move
Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move
Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes don't feel the earth move

Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes Fur eyes
So right it leads a cavalcade
Fur eyes Fur eyes
So right it leads a cavalcade
Fur eyes Fur eyes
So right it leads a cavalcade
Fur eyes Fur eyes
So right it leads a cavalcade
Fur eyes Fur eyes
Fur eyes Fur eyes
So right it leads a cavalcade


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"Fur Eyes" as written by Luke Henery Luke Boerdam

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    Song MeaningOfficially from the band:

    I got the idea for ‘Fur Eyes’ from illustrations in the graphic novel Black Hole by Charles Burns. The story contains teenage characters that get bizarre physical mutations – Burns did illustrations of them in a school photo portrait format. I can’t even remember if there was a character that had “Fur Eyes” but either way I remember having this imagery in my mind when writing the lyrics. The song has an odd alt-country feel to it – which is a bit odd for our band, but since playing it live together in rehearsal we were drawn to its stripped back and simplistic guitar lines. It felt refreshing having a song that barely makes use of distortion or subversive/aggressive lyrics – I think we picked up this approach from touring with Built to Spill in America – they had a real impression on us.
    Azazel23on December 29, 2013   Link

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