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"Peace Frog" is a song by The Doors which appears on the album Morrison Hotel. It was released on vinyl in February 1970 by Elektra/Asylum Records and produced by Paul Rothchild. It has a fairly short running time of 2:50 and blends seamlessly into the next track on the album, "Blue Sunday", making it easy for radio stations to play the two songs consecutively. The lyrics were adapted from a couple of Morrison's poems, one being entitled "Abortion… read more

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There's blood in the streets, it's up to my ankles
(She came)
There's blood on the streets, it's up to my knee
(She came)

The Doors - Peace Frog Lyrics


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  • doors movie rules. this song always brings me back. witchy meg ryan. bloooooooood
  • This was in a Tony Hawk video game. It's odd that it was... anyway, fantastic song!
  • Being from CT, I get a kick out of the New Haven reference. He wasn't too happy there, getting maced by a cop before the show for no reason and later getting arrested on stage circa 1967. Darn those little blue men in those little blue hats!!!
  • This track is the basis for Inspiral Carpets entire career.
  • Listening to the album "Morrison Hotel" released February 1970 and a welcome relief to me and all Doors fans who assumed after the disappointing "Soft Parade" album, the 'Miami Incident' and all the canceled concerts it caused the Doors where over. They were a strong group but Mr Morrison's excessed were way over the top. Saw them in Philadelphia Pa on May 1, 1970 and was totally disappointed by Mr Morrison's drunken performance.
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  • lol this riff sounds closely like 'smells like teen spirit'

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