"Hoarfrost" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Thurston Joseph Moore....
I put my feet deep in the tracks that you made
Walked behind you off into the wood
We'll know where when we get there' you said
And we both knew we would
High above like a spider
The colors turning brown
Freeways passing by us
I took yr hand and we knelt down
Wheels paddle wheels paddle movement as we go
Trees passing trees passing signs along the road
A view through the trees to a couple in the snow
A view through the trees to a couple standing in
The snow
Suddenly the trees were flashing by us
Clouds reflecting fast across your eyes
We turned into a frozen meadow
The wind the only sound
We'll know where when we get there' you said
We'll know where when we get there' you said

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"Hoarfrost" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim Gordon

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    General CommentI really really dig this song. I envision complete trust between two people as they set off on a spontaneous expedition to find the beauty of life. Indeed they do.
    PeterPeteron February 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song sounds more sinester than beautiful to me. One time I was driving my car up some steep hills here at night. This song was the perfect accompaniement- especially when I'd look out and see dimly lighted signs and murky trees along with the lyrics "passing trees passing signs along the road" this song definately sounds sinester to me.
    wind_milltreeon August 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWalking, driving in the snow. The perfect snowy night song.
    Cynothoglyson July 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song like a lot on the album is about tripping nuts but the songs can have more than 1 meaning so this could me something else as well
    theminustimeson October 11, 2009   Link

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