"Frogs" as written by and Rennie S Sparks Brett Sparks....
Have you ever seen a fish leap up from a quiet stream
Shine a moment in the light then fall away again?
Have you seen it, sister, will you come outside and see?
Have you ever seen the rain turn the earth to mud
And watched the mud turn gold in the rising sun?
Have you seen it, brother, will you come outside and see?
Will you go with me tonight down to the lowland fields
To hear the frogs singing, the air so hot and still?
Will you go, sister, will you go with me tonight?

Down in the flooded fields the earth is wet and dark
Down in the flooded fields beneath the falling stars
Lie down in the dirt, brother, be a mirror to the night
Lie down in the dirt, sister, we are mirrors of the night

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"Frogs" as written by Rennie S Sparks Brett Sparks


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    General CommentThunderDownCountry calls Handsome Family a "Criminally overlooked duo."

    Certainly apt. Rennie's voice has a depth and richness that I can't compare to any other singer I've heard. Combined with Brett's sweet lilting harmony, it becomes an incredibly sensual ballad but taken as a whole, I don't pick up on a sexual theme to the song. It doesn't seem right to just leave it at a song about life and death either, even though that is there. I see it as being more about when a moment has passed that draws you into a state of contemplation of your nature as a human being.
    Tindaloson June 03, 2015   Link

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