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Gram Rabbit — Dirty Horse
Album: Music To Start A Cult To
Avg rating:
5.7

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Total ratings: 105









Released: 2004
Length: 3:42
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Now the devil said, "Come on and walk with me.
I'll show you some things that you may not ever see.
It's time that I made myself real clear
And if things are cool, we'll stop off and grab a beer.

Ohhh (4x)

Well, I never wanted to start any type of fight.
I always wanted to make things just real right.
But Jesus is mad and he's blaming it all on me,
When the problem is you, it's very plain to see.

Ohhh (4x)

Now the horse out back has got a dirty mind,
And the man on the moon is drinking up all the shine.
The witch on the broom is fixing soon to crash,
But I'll be around to pick up all the trash."

Ohhh Jesus said, "Ohhh."
And the devil said, "Ohhh."
And the angels said, "Ohhh."
Coyote said, "Ohhh."
The white rabbit said, "Ohhh."
The little yetti said, "Ohhh."
And we all said, "Ohhh."
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very cool band name
 
I've driven 400 miles to see this band in the high desert.  Jesika von Rabbit is more solo now, youtubes are worthwhile,
So glad they're on the playlist here! I've been waiting,
 SomeOldGuy wrote:
Just played this song back to back with Marc Broussard's "Home" - and they are identical... "Home was released in 2005, while "Dirty Horse" was released in 2004. Who ripped who off?? 
"Similar" is a better word to use than "identical", because the two songs are certainly not identical.  The chord progression to "Home" is Em - Am - G - Em, the chord progression in this song is G - F# - F- Em.  

badrummer wrote:
I recognize that chord progression in the chorus (and throughout) but I can't think of the song. Anybody?

Interesting tune though...I'm surprised that the aggregate score is 5.3 - I gave it an 8.

   
kitsch22 wrote:

"These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"

 
Nope."Boots" chords: Verse: E - A, Chorus: G - Em, Second verse: E7 - A7.  The female vocals sound very similar to Nancy Sinatra's though.

Anyhow, all cool tunes.
Yeeeeeee Hawww. That's what I'm talkin bout!
And the listeners said, “Ohhh"{#Snooty}
 SomeOldGuy wrote:
Just played this song back to back with Marc Broussard's "Home" - and they are identical... "Home was released in 2005, while "Dirty Horse" was released in 2004. Who ripped who off??

 
You're not so old.

 badrummer wrote:
I recognize that chord progression in the chorus (and throughout) but I can't think of the song. Anybody?

Interesting tune though...I'm surprised that the aggregate score is 5.3 - I gave it an 8.
 
"These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"


 oldman wrote:
reminds me of Timbuk 3

 
I thought the same thing...


Just played this song back to back with Marc Broussard's "Home" - and they are identical... "Home was released in 2005, while "Dirty Horse" was released in 2004. Who ripped who off??

Mark walks in and says "mmmm that Chinese food smells good.  Did you make
it yourself?"
  
Me: Nope I got it from NEC.
 
Well you're single, why didn't you make it?
 
Me: I'm not exactly single now.
 
Well are you married?
 
Me: No, it's not really legal here in Idaho. 
 
...

Mark is from downstairs and has known I had a bf though; maybe he conveniently 
forgotten?  Well christian football fighter pilot republican was in here when this
conversation went on and he didn't really say anything.  I wonder what he was  
thinking and feeling.

So Mark chats with him for awhile and then leaves.  Then this song comes on
after it's just me and the pilot.

Thanks RadioParadise for this super awkward moment!
I recognize that chord progression in the chorus (and throughout) but I can't think of the song. Anybody?

Interesting tune though...I'm surprised that the aggregate score is 5.3 - I gave it an 8.
reminds me of Timbuk 3

Weird tune..but I like it

A Thelemic rabbit, well now...
Music gets a big 4 for now though.
Coming from Joshua Tree (land of the saucer people)... it's supposed to be weird.
In a weird sort of way.

Not bad.

Wow! An indie band that actually sounds like an indie band (not this new crap that bands are passing off as indie) great stuff!!!

Well, that was fun.

If Lee Hazelwood were still alive, this'd kill him.
The PERFECT Ho Hum tune    ;-)  Now waiting for the bear on a unicycle with a party hat on . . . and a moat to cycle around
I. C. K.
Call Mr. Hands.
Dirty horse, wash it.
File under "songs to brighten up your day"