Left Hand Suzuki Method

Album: Gorillaz (2000)
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  • This song features vocals in Japanese and English. The Japanese lyrics are sung by Miho Hatori from the group Cibo Matto. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Blake - Hamilton, OH
  • Suzuki Method is a way of teaching based on music education.

Comments: 6

  • Andrew from The Seas Of Cheese, CaDevin, Raymond is right, at the very beginning there's the sound of a lighter and bubbling
  • Devin from Hampton, NjRaymond, I know that sound. That's not it in the song.
  • Ian from Oklahoma City, OkIf I am correct, the violin part is a song called "Long, long ago". I got this album when I was about 11 or 12, and my mom, being classically trained in violin and all, heard this song told me all about the stuff on this track.
  • Kane from Wytheville, Vayes it's true this song is by fact about DRUGS!!!!
  • Raymond from Brunswick, United StatesIn case you didnt know, the sounds at the beginning are of sombody smoking a water bong/pipe
  • Thor from Kitchener, Onobvuiusly about getting high off of marijuana. left hand suzuki method is how you light a bong or how you use it.
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