"She Likes Big Words" as written by and Renn Hawkey Elijah Blue Allman....
Well she comes from the land Of Valencian winds Deciduous daydream See sometimes just maybe The mistress of when Dressage round the bend A triptych of new touch From heaven to men Invisible trends She likes nice cars She bites the heads off Her mutual friends We dine at the table She sits at the end She likes big words And playing pretend Come now dear boys How, where to begin? Of the prison within She's Ursula, major Your sashes of New-Ro She's always in parties She's struggling to win From psychic to sin Your need to defend So pseudo-mindacious Let down your void She's cruel in bed You'd think she was precious Something like you said Cause she's got the secret In which fate depends She likes nice cars Impossible trends She bites the heads off Her beautiful friends We dine at the table She likes big words She sits at the end Although we'll never comprehend She likes nice cars Invisible trends She bites the heads off Her musical friends We dine at the table She sits at the end She likes big words She likes nice cars She bites the heads off Her beautiful friends Impossible trends She lights all the candles She likes the ones They burn at both ends That you'll never understand She likes big words

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"She Likes Big Words" as written by Elijah Blue Allman Alec Puro


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    General Commentthis song has a cool 80's techno vibe, i think it's about people trying to be something they're not, faking intelligence, going along with all the current trends
    digitalstitcheson May 31, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is soo awesome and groovy.... yes groovy.... its so just happy
    ImYourProblemNowon June 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhen I hear this I think of an 80's cartoon show or video game. That's why it's so bad ass.
    SilentAenimaon July 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is about a girl who seems (by the descriptions in the song) to be very complex. She is just playing a role, she's someone else. "She likes big words and playing pretend". A shallow girl is illustrated.
    doombunnehon August 31, 2002   Link
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    General Commenton the contrary, i think the song is about an impossible girl who is as smart as she seems to be, but hangs around with others who aren't quite up to speed, to boost her ego.
    staticstarleton March 09, 2003   Link
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    General Commentby the way...its "she bites the heads off her beautiful friends" instead of "mutual friends" in the phrase following "impossible trends"....it switches back and forth...and there's a lot of the end of the song that was leftout of this.....and its more about a girl who is trying to ACT smart....she isnt....there's a line that i believe was left out above that says something about "she likes big words, the ones she cant comprehend"...she doesnt understand...like when little kids use words that they dont really understand, and they use them wrong....its at the end of the song....there's quite a few lyrics missing at the end....
    RandomlyEvilon April 25, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song features John Taylor from Duran Duran. It's actually a song they rejected. Elijah found it somewhere, and finished it.
    beau99on September 25, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Cause she's got the secrets in which fate depends..." Maybe she is smart like staticstarlet said maybe she was influenced misunderstood like many are to be complex shallow ego and vain but or she IS all that but for some reason she knows something that is very important and smart I'm not really sure this song can be interpreted in both ways.

    But seeing since they mention more of her being this ego stuck up vain girl maybe thats what it is Knowing someone you know can be better but around some people act like that in order to stay at the top.
    Musina007on September 21, 2008   Link

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