I'm just a boring example of
Everybody Else
I threw out the old one as soon as
I found something else

I'll never tell you
What I do on a Saturday
I'll never tell you
What I do on a Saturday

It happened so suddenly
The night you came
And ruined my life
It blew up in front of me
A great big face

I'm just a boring example of
Everybody Else
I threw out the old one as soon as
I found something else

I'll never tell you
What I do on a saturday
I'll never tell you
What I do on a saturday

It happened so suddenly
The night you came
And ruined my life
It blew up in front of me
I swear you ruined my life


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    General Comment"I'm just a boring example of everybody else"

    i like that line...it describes me well, i think
    blinxbcron March 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI wonder if this one is obvious instead of symbolic, which many of his other songs are. Steve used to host the Blue's Clues children's TV show, which aired Monday thru Friday, so What does (did) Steve do on Saturday?

    I just can't figure out what "happened so suddenly," or what that "great big face" is.
    Camb06on May 31, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcould the great big face
    be Face
    from Nick Jr?
    _shake_shakeon July 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't think it's improbable that it's about his transformation from Blue's Clues Steve to Steve Burns.

    I read in an interview that as soon as he got off of his last day on Blues Clues, he shaved his head. It was something he'd always wanted to do. Maybe that's actualy what it was about. hahaha. Maybe he regreted the shave at first?

    Of course, since then, he's gone bald for real. So he must have come to deal with it.
    mopo976on December 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentPerhaps this his song about the heroin urban legend?

    Although it would make sense that it's about him going bald.
    He left the show because "he was losing his hair and he did not want kids to know he was going bald."
    Skunkindanon May 01, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationTo me it sounds like Steve Burns ran into some girl trouble. On Saturday night a new girl comes into his life, so he tries to switch girls. (I Threw out the old one as soon as I found something else). I think the chorus is there to show he he has to try and hide this new girl.
    Skunkindanon February 05, 2009   Link

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