Comin' to you cross country
Hoping boogie's still allowed
You ask do we play heavy music
Well, are thunderheads just another cloud,
And we do
Not fragile, straight at you

Then we vanish to the night
Still in your ears but out of sight.

Not fragile.
Don't think we feel hurt or wounded
Or our egos are showing through
Its our world that's been disrupted
And our strength reflects from you
Well it's true
Not fragile over you

Try us when you're getting down
Feelin' high or just hangin' round.

Not fragile.
The times we travel in our lives
Will make us hard and give us drive
We may seem distant most of the time
But many thoughts are still on our minds.

Not fragile.

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Not Fragile Lyrics as written by Charles Turner

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  • +1
    General CommentI can play this on my guitar, very cool guitar solo. Everytime I hear it, it always reminds me of the song, "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent.
    Pink_Floyd_fanon June 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentClassic rock at it's best! This album and song is B.T.O. at it's very best. A very underrated song.
    jokingkongon January 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFunny thing... rereading the lyrics I always thought the line: "Well, are thunderheads just another cloud" was "Well I thought we had just another crowd". I thought this song (and line) was commenting on their Guess Who fans, saying that they were Not Fragile but instead now hard rock.
    jokingkongon January 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentQuite true PF fan - it's the bass line - I got this album when I was 14 - did not listen to the lyrics too much - just ADORED the driving bass riffs - cool guitar sound, and the occasional lyrics - to me, the lyrics are not that important on this album, it's all about the riffs
    nagromnaion November 15, 2007   Link

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