Run For Your Life, Alan Grant

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I understand that there are dinosaurs
On your dinosaur tour, is that correct?
If only chaos theory could have predicted
The carnage that would happen next
A power outage and a little storm
Was all that it took to set them free
Now they’re crushing everything in sight
Looking to gobble up you and me

Alan Grant you better run for you life
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
If you want to make it through the night
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
You spent your life digging up their bones
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
Now this island has become their home
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)

Mr. Hammond said that this place would be
A petting zoo, an amusement park
But now deadly creatures are surrounding you
lurking about in the stormy dark
While you took the kids and outran the rex
Sammy J made a plan to bring the power back
But he couldn’t outsmart the velociraptors
Those clever girls made him a dino snack

They bred raptors and tyranosaurs
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
Galimimus and even more
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
See them flocking like a pack of birds
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
Their gonna eat you, no more time for words

What about the Lysine Contingency?
LIFE FINDS A WAY
This is Unix! I know this!
LIFE FINDS A WAY
That is one big pile of shit.
LIFE FINDS A WAY
Jeeze! I hate this hacker crap!
LIFE FINDS A WAY

You’ll escape this place before long
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
To a touching John Williams song
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
But right now you better watch your ass
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)
Look out they’re breaking through the glass!
(Ellie the doorlocks! Ellie the doorlocks!)

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from Mouth Full of Human Head, released January 13, 2013

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Born out of the primordial ooze of the infant earth, we have long observed the rise and fall of life on this planet, just as one watches the crash and recession of the tide. Billions of years of tireless study have yielded the obvious result: life peaked with the dinosaur. Consider our art a pitiful attempt to preserve their legacy in sonic form: songs about dinosaurs, for dinosaurs, by dinosaurs. ... more

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