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Viewing Lyrics for Yellow Peril:



Artist:Steely Dan
No album artwork found
Album:Catalyst — The Original Recordings (1968~71)
Track:Yellow Peril
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
Rating:not yet rated     
Views:87
 
Lyrics:Hunting in the sea of Japan
Ambrose left a tourist trail behind him
So bold whit his gun
in his hand
Of his buzz there was no need to remind him
Tripping over a holy man

Might not hear you don't chose your friends
Ambrose asked for a helping hand
He
heaved his chest and pointed west
To where the river ends

With Josie back home on his
mind
Brushing of the fruitflies of the season
Ambrose he was surely struck blind
With
the sight that defies human reason
On an island of gleaming rocks
Jutting up from the blue
lagoon
A ceremonial musicbox
From it flows a bright new merm'
That made our hero
swoon

A finer
Miner from China
A finer
Miner from China

The world
when the traveler returned
As you know played out it's bloody romances
But Ambrose he knew
what he'd learned
With his bride in hand he took his chances
Soon the sound that delights
the ear
Blended in with the army's roar
When the warrior is strained to hear
This new
bebop, the shooting stopped
Their guns were garded for

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