Johnny went to frosted flake
To go for a walk in the frozen wood
He bumped into a mushroom
That sold his body for some warm food
"Eat me my friend, you'll be the leader of the band"
Johnny's hand reached out
Luckily there was Mr Doubt
Mr Doubt the old man was the surveyor
Of frosted flake wood
He tried to sell hesitation wherever he could
"Buy some doubt"
Feel free he yelled loud
"Friends it won't hurt"
Luckily there was big bird
For God's sake run away
Or it won't be your lucky day
Leave this forest behind
This ain't a place for human kind

Lyrics submitted by jel

"Frosted Flake Wood" as written by Alex Callier

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    General CommentWhat an odd song...I read someone saying that "Battersea" may have something to do with drug use. The mushroom references seems to be similar to that end, but the narrartive element of it is a wierd medium.
    AlairaKasimeron June 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFrom the style it reminds me a pit of "peter and the wolf", I really like the use of the oboe ( i guess it is one) which you see very sparley used in modern music. The song really makes the images come to my mind that are described in the song, making it some kind of fairy tale.
    Lumpion December 13, 2010   Link

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