Jason Corder
REPTILE LAND
By: Jason Corder
Catalog ID: 479015   Duration: 3:34   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Indie Rock Music | Alternative Rock
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Mellow and soothing acoustic rock song that sounds like Beck or a non-depressed Ben Harper. Off the 2004 LP Reptile Land this song includes the sublime drumming of Eyad Kaileh (Her Space Holiday, Attack Formation) and the signature guitar and vocals of Corder. Jack Johnson, beach barbecues, Summer   Keywords: A funny and mellow party song: nights friends family get together heat lovers tropical hawaii aloha Waikiki hotel motel surf surfing chorus glee y2k 90's flower



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Lyrics:
In a stormy room
In a stormy room
In a stormy room
I'm better than this 
I like it like that
There's an egg on your chin
It's out of reach
The reach

In the breaking sun
Through the border away
It's not what you might think
I was fine OK
It's just not easy 
Being young and old in this age

It's a sacred tomb
There might not be enough space
And it's just got to be right
I can see from your face
That this is totally the time
To put the bottle away
And go to United States
The States

From emotionless
His billing rights were OK
Thrilling white water sports
Seldom guys on high stilts
In a reptile land 
The milking cars have gone there

It might be so cool
To see the kids at school
Credit card held in my hand
I'm better than this 
I like it like that
There's an egg on your chin
It's out of reach
The reach
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