Robert James Fuller | Melt Not My Igloo

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Melt Not My Igloo

by Robert James Fuller

"Melt Not My Igloo" a little song and dance from the mythic ballroom of Old Weird America
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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"Melt Not My Igloo"
Saturday night if it's not raining
let's go to the disembraining
people will say we're in love

Country life not struggle or strife
where the billy goat dances with his wife
people will say we're in love

(and the Eskimos sing)
Melt not my igloo, melt not my igloo

Down in the hen house on my knees
thought I heard a chicken sneeze
people will say we're in love

Well, it's much better than a kick in the head
much better than being eaten alive by big ants
it could be worse all the way around
and people will say we're in love

(and the Eskimos sing)
Melt not my igloo, melt not my igloo

words and music Robert James Fuller (ASCAP) and Glamourpuss Music (ASCAP) all rights reserved
Mastering by Johnny Beaver, The Lower Rhythm

People are talking:

"Rock and roll matters again: love rides the heart like a galloping horse, time is a matador in slippery shoes, the days are fire with an iron tongue, and one word of truth outweighs the whole world."
--Herman Melville

Authentically-contrived rock/blues from someone who cares."
--Winston S. Churchill

Robert James Fuller is a songwriter, vocalist and guitar player whose CD's include "Headless Body Found in Topless Bar" and "Under Western Eyes".

The Headless Body Band included RJF on guitar and harp; Chris Hall on lead guitar and bass (Mr Lucky) and piano (Traps); Duffy Williams on bass; Kevin Blackwood on drums (Lunatic Moon; Rip Up; Behemoth; Abyssinia; Breakfast is Ruined-- percussion; Uncle Wiggly) and Chad Channing on drums (Headless Body; Mr Lucky; I Wear the Brains; Traps; The Fugitives)

(RJF in the press):


"Where do your dreams end and you begin? /feathers and face paint beneath the white coats/
model my inventions/ tell your hard luck stories while you cook my soup!"

"Mr. Fuller, in the guise of the Mississippi blues man Blind Lemon Rockefeller, once fronted a band called The Lotus Eaters, touring the huts and villages of many Third World countries before his mysterious disappearance nine years ago. Now, out from under the auspices of the witness protection program, at last free to perform under his own name, he is presented to you: The Voice in the Wilderness, ready to rattle the walls, tell truth to power, and steal your heart away"

"Mr. Fuller has recorded, HEADLESS BODY FOUND IN TOPLESS BAR featuring 'Rip Up' ("you rip up my heart/ you rip off my head/ mmmmm feels good"); the poignant 'Breakfast is Ruined'("Here I sit in the corpse of my youth/ a suitcase of fish and no memories of the future"); and the rockin' 'Lunatic Moon' ("I die a thousand times naked and blind/the heart's a deep pit of blood and war."). He has also recorded a follow-up album ("Under Western Eyes") featuring apocalyptic ditty's like "Time of the Assassin" and the chilling "Melt Not My Igloo". He was also featured on the soundtrack for the independent film "Iris In", in which he also acts. Apart from music he is involved in film making, vintage jazz dancing, and reading very old books.

Mr. Fuller currently lives in a secluded location near Seattle, WA, reached only by parachute. Like Joel McCrae in 'Ride the High Country' he just wants to enter his house justified."
--Jack Diamond, "New York Times" (puzzle section)


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