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Youre A Whole Different Person When Youre Scared - Warren Zevon - My Rides Here (CD, Album)

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  1. Warren Zevon lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Werewolves Of London", "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me", "Keep Me In Your Heart".
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  3. Jul 12,  · From the jilted, hilarious Hawaiian romance of "The Hula Hula Boys" to the paranoid spy thriller "You're a Whole Different Person When You're Scared", from the embrace of .
  4. You met her in a Turkish town But you didn't want to bring her here You didn't want her hanging around In the Kingdom of Fear So you left her there You're a whole different person You're a whole different person You're a whole different person When you're scared The eagle screams on Friday The Colts are doomed this year The fat's finally in the fire In the Kingdom of Fear Dangerous creeps are.
  5. Jul 02,  · The album opens with "Sacrificial Lamb", a rocker with a kind of loping beat. "Basket Case" is about a woman who drives her lover insane. "Lord Byron's Luggage" & "MacGillycuddy's Reeks" are of a Celtic flair and are just plain great songs. "You're A Whole Different Person When You're Scared" is co-written with Hunter S. Thompson.
  6. Aug 19,  · “You’re a Whole Different Person When You’re Scared” could well be a kind of theme song for American culture, at least since the assassination of Kennedy, which is to say for most of my.
  7. More on par with Zevon’s esoteric stylings is gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson’s contribution of “You’re a Whole Different Person When You’re Scared,” a bluesy tale that morphs into a seductive jam. More in the vein of Zevon’s earlier works, i.e. “Werewolves of London,” is “Hit Somebody!

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