"Born to Do" as written by and Carrick Moore Gerety....
i worked at the grocery store
had an apron on
you walked in in cut-offs
you were singing a song
i lost my way in your eyes
vanilla ice-cream thighs

loving you
that's what i was born to do
must be real
'cause that's how i was born to feel
come back soon
'cause that's what i was born to do

you stole some mascara and you knew i saw
you walked out the door and bought a super ball
i took my apron off
i threw it at my boss

i lost my way again
i lost my new girlfriend
you said you might move away
but you never said today


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    General Commenti think this song is so stupid but i like it so much.
    rockmysuicide24on October 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe lyrics are so lame.
    VANILLA ICE CREAM THIGHS...
    uh are you s e r i o u s?
    come up with some better lyrics
    but on the flipside
    I LOVE HOW THE SONG *SOUNDS*
    soooo addictive
    cant stop listening to it.
    peaceischeaperon June 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell i love this song but you have to take the lyrics reallly metaphorically. vanilla ice cream thighs i think is symbolic of sweet innocence but thighs are also a sex icon.

    but max always says that he writes the songs to be painfully akward. well- mission accomplished boys.
    nottoolateforcoffeeon June 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentsorry max- idk what i was thinking that quote is max bemis from say anything not everbody else.

    excuse me.
    nottoolateforcoffeeon June 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti love this song. I think the lyrics are perfect. Yeah they're cheesy and a little teenage boyish, but isn't that kind of the position he's writing from. Have any of you ever read the short story "A&P" its totally this song in story form.
    girlygirlyatherbeston September 16, 2008   Link

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