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"Summer's Cauldron" is a song by Andy Partridge. It appeared on the 1986 album Skylarking.

The demo appeared on Andy's Fuzzy Warbles Volume 2 in 2002.

QuotesEdit

Andy (on the demo): “From the same session that brought up that version of 'Dear God' on Virgin's Coat of Many Cupboards. Odd we should be drowning in all things hot and summerfied on a freezing January day in 1986. But, as you can hear, things get a bit hot under our paisley collars in this extended psychedelirious workout, deep in the bowels of Dave's parlour. Recorded so that Todd Rundgren could cut together a ‘demo’ album.”

LyricsEdit

Drowning here in Summer's Cauldron

Under mats of flower lava

Please don't pull me out this is how I would want to go

Breathing in the boiling butter

Fruit of sweating golden inca

Please don't heed my shout I'm relax in the undertow


When Miss Moon lays down

And Sir Sun stands up

Me I'm found floating round and round

Like a bug in brandy

In this big bronze cup

Drowning here in Summer's Cauldron


Trees are dancing drunk with nectar

Grass is waving underwater

Please don't pull me out this is how I would want to go

Insect bomber Buddhist droning

Copper chord of August's organ

Please don't heed my shout I'm relax in the undertow


When Miss Moon lays down

(in her hilltop bed)

And Sir Sun stands up

(raise his regal head)

Me I'm found floating round and round

Like a bug in brandy

In this big bronze cup

Drowning here in Summer's Cauldron

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