Frizzle Fry

Album: Frizzle Fry (1990)
  • Hello all you boys and girls
    I'd like to take you to the inside world
    It's quite an irregular place to be
    But never fear you're safe with me

    Well, maybe

    Golden hair of macrame
    Against the face that's cut from stone
    The white porcelain is screaming ayee

    Thank god the boy is not alone

    I don't believe in Santa Claus
    I don't believe in spite
    I have no use for beauty dolls
    Especially on this night

    I don't believe in miracles
    I don't believe in lies
    I don't believe in hologram
    For I am the Frizzle Fry

    Andy's painting green again
    This time they might take him away!

    When Barrington starts to breathe again
    It may just take us all away!

    I don't believe in charity
    I don't believe in sin
    And if you don't believe in me
    We'll play this tune over again

    I don't believe in pinochle
    And I don't believe I'll try
    I do believe in Captain Crunch
    For I am the Frizzle Fry

    Yes I am the Frizzle Fry Writer/s: LES CLAYPOOL, TIMOTHY W. ALEXANDER, TODD HUTH
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Trenton from Oklahoma City, OkI feel this is about how children find out life isnt what it seems.
  • Jello from Sarnia, CanadaI wanna see the video SO BAD! If anyone finds it...email me eddie_van_halen2@hotmail.com
  • Eric from Boston, Mawas the clip of Claypool being spit on just audio or in video too?
  • Daniel from Decatur, AlI think this is about acid.
  • Nick from St. Louis, MoYeah, Les Claypool is amazing.
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