Peace Frog Lyrics - The Doors

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There's blood in the streets, it's up to my ankles
She came
Blood in the streets, it's up to my knee
She came
Blood in the streets in the town of Chicago
She came
Blood on the rise, it's following me
Think about the break of day

She came and then she drove away
Sunlight in her hair

She came
Blood in the streets runs a river of sadness
She came
Blood in the streets it's up to my thigh
She came
Yeah the river runs red down the legs of a city
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She came
The women are crying red rivers of weepin'

She came into town and then she drove away
Sunlight in her hair

Indians scattered on dawn's highway bleeding
Ghosts crowd the young child's fragile eggshell mind

Blood in the streets in the town of New Haven
Blood stains the roofs and the palm trees of Venice
Blood in my love in the terrible summer
Bloody red sun of Phantastic L.A.

Blood screams her brain as they chop off her fingers
Blood will be born in the birth of a nation
Blood is the rose of mysterious union

There's blood in the streets, it's up to my ankles
Blood in the streets, it's up to my knee
Blood in the streets in the town of Chicago
Blood on the rise, it's following me





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Amazing song | Reviewer: Jak | 6/5/13

To me, this is an amazing song, and I'm only 15 years old. I am a big fan of The Doors, and although I'm only 15, I have a few of their albums on vinyl :) a friend of mine went to live in New Haven, Connecticut, which is mentioned in this song, as Morrison liked New Haven very much. I was born in and live in England, and I miss my friend very much, but I do still keep in contact with him.

blood stains the roofs and the palm trees of venice | Reviewer: Bunty | 6/20/12

Here,Jim called him self 'blood' ....
As he was living on roofs during days in venice..
Later he leaves venice,that is why he's saying 'blood' stains the roofs and palm trees of venice.

Correction on one little line | Reviewer: Michael | 5/30/11

Where it says here, "Blood stains the roofs and the palm trees of Venice,"... that makes no sense at all if you think about it. Why would the roofs have blood stains on them?

I believe he's saying "Blood stains the ROOTS OF the palm trees of Venice," referring to the blood shed hundreds, perhaps thousands of years ago, yet now it's buried underground and nobody ever gives the history of man's bloodshed a second thought. That's just my interpretation, but my lyrical correction I do believe is correct.

Thank you,

Michael Moorlag



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