Anonanimal

Album: Noble Beast (2009)
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  • See a sea anemone
    The enemy
    See a sea anemone
    And that'll be the end of me.

    While the vicious fish was caught unawares in the tenderest of tendrils
    Underneath her tender gills

    I will become this animal
    Perfectly adapted to the music halls
    I will become this animal
    Anomalous appendages
    A non-animal

    Hold on just a second
    Don't tell me this one you know
    I know this one I know this song
    I know this one I love this song
    Hold on just a second
    Don't tell me this one you know
    I know this one I know this song
    I know this one I love this song
    I know this one

    Underneath the stalactites
    The troglobites lost their sight
    Uh oh

    The seemingly innocuous plecostomus
    Though posthumous
    They talk to us
    They talk too much

    See a sea anemone
    The enemy
    See a sea anemone
    That'll be the end of me
    Vicious fish was caught unawares
    In the tend'rest tendrils
    Underneath her tender gills and

    I will become this animal
    Perfectly adapted to a music hall
    I will become this animal

    Anomalous appendages
    A non-animal Writer/s: ANDREW WEGMAN BIRD
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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