"Coyotes" as written by and Isaac Brock....
Coyotes tiptoe in the snow after dark
At home with the ghosts in the national parks
Mankind's behavin' like some serial killers
Giant ol' monsters afraid of the sharks

And we're in love with all of it
And we say, what can we say?

Walking with ghosts in the national parks
Coyotes tiptoe in the snow after dark

And we're in love with all of it
And we say, what can we say?

Another branch on the tinder-bound tree
Birds flying low, looking downwards to feed
Mankind's behavin' like some serial killers
Giant ol' monsters afraid of the sharks

And we're in love with all of it
And we say, what can we say?

And we say, we're in love with all of it
And we say, we're in love with everything
And we say, what can we say?

And we say, we're in love with all of it
And we say, we're in love with everything
And we say, what can we say?
And we say, we're in love with all of it
And we say, we're in love with everything
And we lie, we love to lie


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"Coyotes" as written by Eric Judy Dann Gallucci

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    My InterpretationMan is destructive and dishonest about it.
    SparklingLemonadeon March 17, 2015   Link
  • +2
    My InterpretationMy interpretation of the song is about mankind and how destructive we are.

    "At home with the ghosts in the national parks" My guess is that the ghosts are referring to trees, as in when we cut them down their "ghosts" still linger in the park.

    "Mankind's behave like some serial killers
    Giant old monsters afraid of the sharks" This is obviously about how we go and destroy forest, tear things down, ect. As for the monster part I think he is refering to us as humans being these huge monsters being able to do nearly anything yet we are still scared of the sharks.

    "And we say we're in love with all of it
    And we say we're in love with everything
    And we say what can we say?
    And we say we're in love with all of it
    And we say we're in love with everything
    And we say what can we say?" This talks about (or at least I think it does) on how humanity acts as if everything is fine, we go about our day doing what we are told acting as if we love it all.

    "And we say we're in love with all of it
    And we say we're in love with everything
    And we lie, we love to lie" Probably one of my favorite parts of the song. The very last lyric is on how we say we're on love with everything, on how it's all perfect, yet in reality it's just a lie.
    SleeplessGhoston April 02, 2015   Link

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