Chorus: It always seemed so temporary,
The daffodils appearing without effort
Beside the winter streets, the golden light
Of February, . . . on a beach.

The winter loomed, a wave, beyond Sierras;
The shadow overhead, but never breaking,
And finally, in March, we headed East,
Back to a land of no illusions, and big winds.

Repeat chorus

Some friends of ours went way down to the Keys,
Scuffing sandy streets and peering into bars,
And on their backs, twisting in wet heat, guitars,
And bobbing sailboats like a parking lot of cars.

Repeat chorus

We struck the other way, to fat Chicago,
We picked up all the work that we could stand:
Shouts and whistles, accordions, bazoukis,
The Hawk circling the Loop and out across Lake Michigan

Repeat chorus

And somewhere along the path to south of nowhere
My vehemence evaporated with the dew;
I'm beating gold to earrings: tiny ancient signs,
For empty ears uninterested in tunes,
Transporting hidden meanings as they jangle,
Of the foretold Anazasi Paradise:
It's shrieking towards us all with each small tapping,
A great wind behind a redrock canyon wall.

Repeat chorus

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Anazasi Premonition song meanings
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    General Commentis this Bill Hicks the comedian? i know he wrote and sang, but these lyrics are hard to say if their his or not. i sure miss Bill Hicks and wish he was still around. would have been great to hear him talk about pop-culture nowadays...Lmao!
    wwsd?on March 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBill was the greatest Comedian alive. If he were around he'd go hog wild in today's world.. It's very saddening that he's dead!
    Mr. Tinkelson March 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnother dead hero :/
    FreshOwnageon April 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti'm sure this isn't the comedian, he wrote music and it's released but none of it is here.Thats a shame.
    WillAndWindon November 08, 2011   Link

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