You're living in your own Private Idaho Idaho You're outta control, the rivers that roll You fell into the water and down to Idaho Get out of that state, get out of that state you're in You better beware. You're living in your own Private Idaho You're living in your own Private Idaho. Keep off the patio (Your own Private Idaho) Keep off the path (Your own Private Idaho) The lawn may be green but you better not be seen Walkin' through the gate that leads you down Down to a pool fraught with danger Is a pool full of strangers. At the time of writing, the B52s had never been to Idaho, and they would not play there until a show in Eagle, ID, on September 13, 2011. Apparently, during an interview with the Idaho Statesman sometime around the concert, Fred Schneider (sort of) explained the song’s intent: Idaho is pretty mysterious to all of us.
Living in your own Private Idaho. Viviendo en su Idaho privado. Underground like a wild potato. Subterráneo como una papa salvaje. you fell into the water and down to Idaho. Caeras en el agua y bajaras a Idaho. Get out of that state, Salir de ese estado. get out of that state you're in. Salir de ese estado en el que está adentro. You're living in your own Private Idaho. Estas viviendo en tu propio Idaho privado. Keep off the patio, Mantengase fuera del patio.
The album reached number eighteen on the Billboard 200 chart in 1980 and was certified gold; "Private Idaho" became their second Hot 100 entry. On January 26, 1980, The B-52's performed on Saturday Night Live; they also performed at the Heatwave festival (which was promoted as the "New Wave Woodstock") in Toronto, Canada in August 1980, and appeared in the Paul Simon film One Trick Pony. The album debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard charts in the . immediately making it the second-highest charting B-52s album ever. The band toured in support of the album as well as making appearances on talk shows, including The Tonight Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and performing on The Today Show on Memorial Day 2008.
You're livin' in your own Private Idaho, Idaho You're out of control, the rivers that roll You fell into the water and down to Idaho Get out of that state Get out of the state you're in You better beware. Keep off the patio (your own private Idaho) Keep off the path (your own private Idaho) The lawn may be green but you better not be seen Walkin' through a gate that leads you down Down to a pool fraught with danger It's a pool full of strangers. TPoF" was an odd kind of RPG, part parody and part homage of the movie "Red Dawn" (1984). The adventure "Your Own Private Idaho" featured guerilla warfare against Soviet invaders and was set in Idaho. Goodbye, Hello: Ten Farewell Tour Fake-OutsSong Writing.
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Written-By – C. Wilson, F. Schneider, K. Pierson, K. Strickland, R. Wilson. Private Idaho Rock Del Cangrejo (7", Single).
Listen to music from The B-52's like Love Shack, Rock Lobster & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The B-52's. The B-52's are an American rock band that formed in 1976 in Athens, Georgia, United States. A major part of the new wave scene, the band started out as Fred Schneider (vocals), Kate Pierson (vocals, organ), Cindy Wilson (vocals, bongos), Ricky Wilson (guitar), and Keith Strickland (drums). After Ricky Wilson died in 1985, Strickland replaced him as a guitarist.
5. Dance This Mess Around. 8. Party Out the Bounds. Nude on the Moon : the B-52's Anthology. Compilation, 15 Enero 2002, Warner Music Group, Rhino Records.