Furr Song Lyrics with Chords By (Blitzen Trapper)

Furr is one of the most popular songs of the time. Furr lyrics written by Blitzen Trapper. This song has sung by Blitzen Trapper.

Singer Blitzen Trapper
Album Rolling Stone
Released 2008
Tuning E A D G B E

Furr Song Lyrics

Yeah, when I was only seventeen
I could hear the angels whispering
So I drove into the woods and wandered aimlessly about
Until I heard my mother shouting through the fog

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It turned out to be the howling of a dog
Or a wolf to be exact
The sound sent shivers down my back
But I was drawn into the pack and before long

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They allowed me to join in and sing their song
So from the cliffs and highest hills
Yeah, we would gladly get our fill
Howling endlessly and shrilly at the dawn

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And I lost the taste for judging right from wrong
For my flesh had turned to fur
Yeah, and my thoughts they surely were
Turned to instinct and obedience to God

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You can wear your fur like a river on fire
But you’d better be sure if you’re making God a liar
I’m a rattlesnake, babe, I’m like fuel on a fire
So if you’re gonna get made
Don’t be afraid of what you’ve learned

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On the day that I turned 23
I was curled up underneath a dogwood tree
When suddenly a girl, her skin the color of a pearl
She wandered aimlessly, but she didn’t seem to see

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She was listening for the angels just like me
So I stood and looked about
I brushed the leaves off of my snout
And then I heard my mother shouting through the trees

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You should have seen that girl go shaky at the knees
So I took her by the arm
We settled down upon a farm
And raised our children up as gently as you please

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And now my fur has turned to skin
And I’ve been quickly ushered in
To a world that I confess I do not know
But I still dream of running careless through the snow
And through the howling winds that blow
Across the ancient distant flow
To fill our bodies up like water ’til we know

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You can wear your fur like a river on fire
But you’d better be sure if you’re making God a liar
I’m a rattlesnake, babe, I’m like fuel on a fire
So if you’re gonna get made
Don’t be afraid of what you’ve learned..

Furr Song Chords


Yeah, when I was only 17,

I could hear the angels whispering

So I droned into the woods and

wondered aimlessly about till

I heard my mother shouting through the fog

It turned out to be the howling of a dog

or a wolf to be exact

The sound sent shivers down my back

but I was drawn into the pack

nd before long, they allowed me

to join in and sing their song

So from the cliffs and highest hill, yeah

we would gladly get our fill,

howling endlessly and shrilly at the dawn.

nd I lost the taste for judging right from wrong.

For my flesh had turned to fur, yeah

nd my thoughts, they surely were turned to

instinct and obedience to God.


You can wear your fur

like the river on fire.

But you better be sure

if your makin’ God a liar.

I’m a rattlesnake, babe,

I’m like fuel on fire.

So if you’re gonna’ get made,

don’t be afraid of what you’ve learned.


On the day that I turned 23,

I was curled up underneath a dogwood tree.

When suddenly a girl

with skin the color of a pearl,

wandered aimlessly,

but she didn’t seem to see.

She was listenin’ for the angels just like me.

So I stood and looked about.

I brushed the leaves off of my snout.

nd then I heard my mother shouting through the trees.

You should have seen that girl go shaky at the knees.

So I took her by the arm

we settled down upon a farm.

nd raised our children up as

gently as you pleased.


nd now my fur has turned to skin.

nd I’ve been quickly ushered in

to a world that I confess I do not know.

But I still dream of running careless through the snow.

n’ through the howlin’ winds that blow,

across the ancient distant flow,

it fill our bodies up like water till we know.


You can wear your fur

like the river on fire.

But you better be sure

if your makin’ God a liar.

I’m a rattlesnake, babe,

I’m like fuel on fire.

So if you’re gonna’ get made,

don’t be afraid of what you’ve learned.