"Adopduction" as written by and Seth Jabour Harrison Haynes....
I was kidnapped.
I dreamed I was kidnapped.
By a guy with a moustache

And a chick with an eyepatch
Who though they could trade me back
For some quick cash.
But when they relayed the bargain

My family said,
"we'll pay half that"

the haggling went on for days,
The days went on for weeks
And weeks for years.
Riding in the trunk was never fun

But soon I plum ran out of tears.
They camped us in the woods
We cooked canned goods
They never threatened me with pain.

They treated cops politely
Driving nightly
Always using coded names.
So if slowly I could trust them

Dare I say it even love them
Who's to blame.

I learned my alphabet
And letterset while setting up
My latest ransom note.
They got me correspondence classes,

Got me glasses,
Gave me dropcloths in the cold.
My fondest memories
Are from my hostage crises

I know it's strange.
Although we got so close
You know they never even
Told me their real names.

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"Adopduction" as written by Seth Jabour Harrison Haynes


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    General Commentits about being kidnapped. duh. i fucking love this song
    theyrenotwitcheson April 15, 2003   Link
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    General Commentdoes anyone kind of relate this song to their relationships with their parents - how they take care of you, but you never funny know them?
    quinzeon April 27, 2003   Link
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    General Commentbut when they relayed the bargain
    my family said,
    "we'll pay half that"

    how sad is that? i love this song,

    QUINZE> i kinda agree. especially with the line: "altho we got so close, you know they never even thold me their real names" you just know them as mum & dad, so you can't really know that much about them?
    either way, i love it.
    this.charming.meon July 01, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI relate on a 'my parents being frugal with ransoms' kind of level
    WhiteTideon April 14, 2004   Link
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    General CommentMy favourite Les Savy Fav song. From memory i think this song was based on a dream harrington had one night. Whether or not this holds any real truth to harringtons relationship with his parents, i think people out there can definately relate to these lyrics.

    PS - Aren't his play of words, phrases and rhymes just outstanding! (this goes for all LSF songs)
    leonperkinon October 16, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great. I love Les Savy Fav! My parents would probably only pay half a ransom to get me back too.
    JinxedCheaton March 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about being raised by s&m parents.
    nitanon May 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI actually had to creat an account to say this. To me the guy with the moustache and the chick with an eyepatch became his "adopted parents" for a time. Who he loved possibly more than his real parents. or maybe the song is just about having a relationship with adoptive parents.
    SpectralFireon April 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo actually, whats going on here is Stockholme syndrome, the psychological phenemona where captives grow attached to their kidnappers.
    SpectralFireon April 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about a dream about being kidnapped
    happytimeharryon December 13, 2007   Link

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