Turning Into Randolph Scott (Humid Child) cover
Turning Into Randolph Scott (Humid Child) cover

Turning Into Randolph Scott (Humid Child) Lyrics Meanings
by Leo Kottke

Singer/Songwriter
1994
219

Turning Into Randolph Scott (Humid Child) Lyrics

Turning into Randolph Scott
Some things never change
Dried up and solitary
Alkali on the range

Once she was a humid child
Nodding toward her place
Sleeping in her vegetables
Legumes for a face
Once she was a humid child
Now she ain't

Turning into Randolph Scott
Some things never change
Dried up and solitary
Alkali on the range Carrots where her eyes were bright
Orange where she'd blush
Brussel sprout conditioned fists
Dropped string beans into her socks

Once she was a humid child
Now she is not

Turning into Randolph Scott
Some things never change
Dried up and solitary
Alkali on the range

Turning into Randolph Scott
Some things never change
Dried up and solitary
Alkali on the range

Writer(s): LEO KOTTKE
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