"Snowman" as written by and Steve/rollins Nelson....
Pick me up
Are you holding, man
Up all night
Please don't melt
Falling down
Bump me up
Time to hit the town

God save the Snowman
His teeth are falling out,
His head is in the clouds
His nose is on the ground
God save the Snowman

Jump my heart
Because I'm coming down
Save my life
Help him get
The carrot from his mind

Falling down, not being round
The flakes go up, not hit the ground
Falling down, not being round
Toast the day to winter's clown
Won't need a broom to help him now.

Get it up
Wish I could
Get a life
Not this time
Gotta hit the town


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"Snowman" as written by Steve Nelson Jack Rollins

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    General Commenta few of these are wrong, but I didn't realize I didn't know all the words when I started...correct me if u can...I just wanted this song on the site cuz it's interesting.

    wrong lyrics - "rev me up" is definitely....."Let's go I'm gonna hit the ground" and "winter's found" I'm not positive of.

    The more I hear this song, the more I like it and same goes for the group.

    thinkitbeiton June 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentRumors insist this is about "cocaine", using, dealing, selling, whatever...keep that in mind and the lyrics will make some sense

    "his head is in the clouds/ his nose is on the ground"
    getting high by snorting the drugs
    Traumattizingon September 16, 2002   Link
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    General Comment"Rev me up" should be "bump me up"

    "Let's go I'm gonna hit the ground
    ...
    Close the day the winter's found"

    Should be

    "The flakes go up, not hit the ground
    ...
    Toast the day to winter's clown"

    Anyways, I've also heard about the song being cocaine. Another line that would suggest that is "his teeth are falling out" something associated with coke/crack use.
    Ludyon July 13, 2008   Link

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