I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Hey Pete you gotta meet the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
So meet, you'll never beat the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Oh me, they're something to see, the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Oh my, they come from the sky, the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !

Beware ! Be aware ! Beware ! Be aware !
Somebody somewhere has got to be high

They got a Flying Teapot, don't need a taxi
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
They're from the planet of love, the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Ding dang dong, singing the song, it's pretty catchy
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
They just can't give you enough, the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !

Be there ! Be aware ! Be there ! See you there !
Open on Saturday seven to nine

I'm a real Pothead Pixie
The green planet Gong is my home
I live everywhere but in case I'm not there
You can reach me by Radio Gnome

Somebody somewhere has got to be high

Hey Joe, you gotta know the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Hey-ho, they come and they go, the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Hey Pete, get up on your feet and catch a taxi
I am - you are - we are - crazy !
Oh oui, we're gonna meet the Pot Head Pixies
I am - you are - we are - crazy !

Now so
Now you know
Here and now
They come and go

Bom bom bom bom...
Good afternoon



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The Pot-Head Pixies song meanings
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    General CommentI think the majority of this song is just making fun of people who are afraid of pot-headed music. This song is super psychedelic and is eclectic and random in meaning. It references many songs, especially in the third stanza.

    "Hey, Joe" is Jimi Hendrix

    "Hey-ho, they come and they go" is the Ramones

    "Hey Pete" is the Who
    njadams10on August 13, 2009   Link

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