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    Nanook Rubs It
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    • Sample Rate48

    "Nanook Rubs It" is very much a movie for your ears. The album version is layered with textures and we recreated them as closely as possible, live on stage. I worked hard to recreate the heavily nuanced mid-range guitar tone on the ripping leads.

    "Nanook Rubs It"

    Well right about that time, people,
    A fur trapper
    Who was strictly from commercial
    (Strictly Commershil)
    Had the unmedicated audacity to jump up from behind my igyaloo
    (Peek-a-Boo Woo-ooo-ooo)
    And he started in to whippin' on my fav'rite baby seal
    With a lead-filled snow shoe...
    I said:
    With a lead
    Lead
    Filled
    Lead-filled
    A lead-filled snow shoe
    Snow shoe
    He said Peak-a-boo
    Peek-a-boo
    With a lead
    Lead
    Filled
    Lead-filled
    With a lead-filled snow shoe
    SNOW SHOE
    He said Peak-a-boo.
    Peek-a-boo
    He went right up side the head of my favorite baby seal
    He went whap!
    With a lead-filled snow shoe
    An' he hit him on the nose 'n he hit him on the fin 'n he...
    That got me just about as evil
    As an Eskimo boy can be... so I bent down 'n I reached down 'n I scooped down
    An' I gathered up a generous mitten full of the deadly...
    Yellow snow
    The deadly Yellow Snow from right there where the huskies go
    Whereupon I proceeded to take that mitten full
    Of the deadly Yellow Snow Crystals
    And rub it all into his beady little eyes
    With a vigorous circular motion
    Hitherto unknown to the people on this area,
    But destined to take the place of THE MUD SHARK
    In your mythology
    Here it goes now...
    The circular motion... (rub it)...
    (Here Fido... Here Fido)
    And then, in a fit of anger, I...
    I pounced
    And I pounced again
    Great googly-moogly
    I jumped up 'n down on the chest of the...
    I injured the fur trapper
    Well, he was very upset, as you can understand
    And rightly so
    Because
    The deadly Yellow Snow Crystals
    Had deprived him of his sight
    And he stood up
    And he looked around
    And he said:
    I can't see
    (Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
    I can't see
    (Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
    Oh woe is me
    (Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
    I can't see
    (Do... Do do-do do do do... Well!)
    No no
    I can't see
    No... I...
    He took a dog-doo sno-cone
    An' stuffed it in my right eye
    He took a dog-doo sno-cone
    An' stuffed it in my other eye
    An' the huskie wee-wee,
    I mean the doggie wee-wee
    Has blinded me
    An' I can't see
    Temporarily
    Well the fur trapper
    Stood there
    With his arms outstretched
    Across the frozen white wasteland
    Trying to figure out what he's gonna do
    About his deflicted eyes
    And it was at that precise moment that he remembered
    An ancient Eskimo legend
    Wherein it is written
    On whatever it is that they write it on up there
    That if anything bad ever happens to your eyes
    As a result of some sort of conflict
    With anyone named Nanook
    The only way you can get it fixed up
    Is to go trudgin' across the tundra...
    Mile after mile
    Trudgin' across the tundra...
    Right down to the parish of Saint Alfonzo...

  • FormatWAV
  • Bit Rate24
  • Sample Rate48

"Nanook Rubs It" is very much a movie for your ears. The album version is layered with textures and we recreated them as closely as possible, live on stage. I worked hard to recreate the heavily nuanced mid-range guitar tone on the ripping leads.

"Nanook Rubs It"

Well right about that time, people,
A fur trapper
Who was strictly from commercial
(Strictly Commershil)
Had the unmedicated audacity to jump up from behind my igyaloo
(Peek-a-Boo Woo-ooo-ooo)
And he started in to whippin' on my fav'rite baby seal
With a lead-filled snow shoe...
I said:
With a lead
Lead
Filled
Lead-filled
A lead-filled snow shoe
Snow shoe
He said Peak-a-boo
Peek-a-boo
With a lead
Lead
Filled
Lead-filled
With a lead-filled snow shoe
SNOW SHOE
He said Peak-a-boo.
Peek-a-boo
He went right up side the head of my favorite baby seal
He went whap!
With a lead-filled snow shoe
An' he hit him on the nose 'n he hit him on the fin 'n he...
That got me just about as evil
As an Eskimo boy can be... so I bent down 'n I reached down 'n I scooped down
An' I gathered up a generous mitten full of the deadly...
Yellow snow
The deadly Yellow Snow from right there where the huskies go
Whereupon I proceeded to take that mitten full
Of the deadly Yellow Snow Crystals
And rub it all into his beady little eyes
With a vigorous circular motion
Hitherto unknown to the people on this area,
But destined to take the place of THE MUD SHARK
In your mythology
Here it goes now...
The circular motion... (rub it)...
(Here Fido... Here Fido)
And then, in a fit of anger, I...
I pounced
And I pounced again
Great googly-moogly
I jumped up 'n down on the chest of the...
I injured the fur trapper
Well, he was very upset, as you can understand
And rightly so
Because
The deadly Yellow Snow Crystals
Had deprived him of his sight
And he stood up
And he looked around
And he said:
I can't see
(Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
I can't see
(Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
Oh woe is me
(Do... Do do-do do do do... Yeah!)
I can't see
(Do... Do do-do do do do... Well!)
No no
I can't see
No... I...
He took a dog-doo sno-cone
An' stuffed it in my right eye
He took a dog-doo sno-cone
An' stuffed it in my other eye
An' the huskie wee-wee,
I mean the doggie wee-wee
Has blinded me
An' I can't see
Temporarily
Well the fur trapper
Stood there
With his arms outstretched
Across the frozen white wasteland
Trying to figure out what he's gonna do
About his deflicted eyes
And it was at that precise moment that he remembered
An ancient Eskimo legend
Wherein it is written
On whatever it is that they write it on up there
That if anything bad ever happens to your eyes
As a result of some sort of conflict
With anyone named Nanook
The only way you can get it fixed up
Is to go trudgin' across the tundra...
Mile after mile
Trudgin' across the tundra...
Right down to the parish of Saint Alfonzo...

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