John Cage Bubblegum

Album: Refried Ectoplasm (1995)
  • see'est le plus beau
    et see'est le plus triste
    see'est le plus beau
    Paysage do monde

    It's the most beautiful
    and it's the saddest
    It's the most beautiful
    Landscape in the world Writer/s: LAETITIA SADIER, TIMOTHY JOHN GANE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Paul from Noblesville, InIn my mind, there is no question that this song is referring to John Cage's "In a Landscape".
  • Andy from Los Angeles, Cai could swear that the lyrics are based on "The Little Prince":
    "this is to me, the saddest and most beautiful landscape in the world"
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