Jeff Frazier

Jeff Frazier

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Folk - Alternative | Isabela, Galapagos, Ecuador
Total Song Plays: 5,721   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Funky and sensual tune about how big human brains are not nearly so well adapted to survival as the brains of the Galapagos marine Iguanas

Story Behind the Song

Written in Galapagos where my wife was raped years ago by an Iguanaman.


Iguanaman just sits and bides his time,
Chewing on a perfect nursery rhyme.
Watching everything that comes his way,
Waiting for the universe to say, son, rise and shine
We've got a lotta things to do now.
Time to show the world a thing or two now.
Gotta save this place from that peculiar funny race
They got their head down in the sand, Iguanaman.

Iguanaman don't need no fancy clothes,
Rustles up the women with his nose.
All the ladies seem to gather round,
Knowing he will keep them safe and sound.
And if you ask him if he'll have his way,
He takes the oportunity to say, girls, rise and shine
We've got a lotta things to do now.
Let's go around the world a time or two now.
I see it in your face so let's just cut right to the chase
Come on let's get down in the sand, Iguanaman.

Song Length
R & B - Classic, R & B - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Reptiles, Evolution

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jeff Frazier
Music Credits Jeff Frazier
Producer Credits Iguanamen de Galapagos
Publisher Credits Iguanaman Publishing
Performance Credits John Vokes, Hector Napolitano
Label Credits none