"Frogs" as written by Michael Ivins, Wayne Coyne and Jonathan Donahue....
Glistening in the moonlight
Listening to the frogs
Hiding ourselves in the trees
Watching with demon eyes
Here we go again
Here we go

Have you ever seen someone die
In the summertime, in the summertime?
Is that what your demon eyes see?
Have you ever gone through the hole in the night sky?

I can't see the moon though I know it's there
I can't see the end but I know it is there
I can't see the sun but I feel it's there
I can't see your love but I know it is there

I know it's forbidden
We can squash the stars
New holes in the darkness
Darkness in the dark
Yeah, here we go again
Here we go

Have you ever seen someone die
In the summertime?
Is that what your demon eyes see?
Have you ever seen someone die
In the summertime?
Is that what your demon eyes see?
Have you ever seen someone die
In the summertime?
Is that what your demon eyes see?


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"Listening To The Frogs With Demon Eyes" as written by Steven Drozd Wayne Coyne

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    General CommentI cant believe no one's commented on this awesome song! The line "Fish and thoughts come screaming down like rain" really says it all. It's about being out of it.
    ScatScaton February 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe first part of the song is very evil-sounding, but the chorus is just awesome.
    ZeroOneon March 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think the weird opening guitar noises were supposed to sound like a frog croaking, at least it sounds like that to me. Plus the video kind of corraborates this.

    Frogs raining from the sky was one of the biblical plagues. Make of that what you will.
    destroyalltacoson April 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentActually, the guitar noises symbolize the hopping more... wouldn't you think? This song is from the Lip's acid days. It has little meaning with an exception to random analogies. The beauty of the Lip's music back in those days was that it was to be taken very literal. It provided great imagery along with their great music. This song is one of my favorites off of the "Hit to Death in the Future Head" album.
    sdine07on October 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, you know... little fish and frogs do sometimes fall with the rain during things like hurricanes and heavy rainfall.
    DominElon March 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe "waiting for the frogs to fall" line reminds me of the film "Magnolia".
    sydbarrett5on July 09, 2009   Link

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