"I'd Like That" as written by and Andy Partridge....
I'd like That if we could cycle down some lane
I'd like that if we could ride into the rain
No macs, getting wet
I'd be your Albert if you'd be Victoria, hah hah
We'd laugh because each drop would make me grow up
Really high, really high like a really high thing
Say, a sunflower

I'd like that

I'd like that (What would you like?) if we could lay before my fire
I'd like that (What would you like?) if you could slide me from this wire
Toasting fork, I'll be done
I wouldn't hector if you'd be Helen of Troy, oh boy
We'd laugh because each flame would make me grow up
Really high, really high like a really high thing
Say, a sunflower

I'd Like that

I'd smile so much my face would crack in two
And you could fix it with your kissing glue
I'd like that
Yes, I'd like that

I'd like that (what would you like?) if we could float away in bed
I'd like that (what would you like?) if I could row your heart and head
With you laid on one arm
I'd be your Nelson if you'd be my Hamilton, what fun
We'd laugh because each stroke would make me grow up
Really high, really high like a really high thing
Say, a sunflower (repeats)

Say a sunflower I became
I'd be growing in your lane


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"I'd Like That" as written by Andy Partridge

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    General Commenti love this song the hector helen reference is awesome. i thinks its about just being in love and everything is amazing and that person just makes you feel wonderful. does anyone know the nelson hamilton albert victoria references? i know i'm the only one to comment so i doubt anyone will respond.
    spacehogpop8on December 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentqueen victoria and her husband, Admiral Nelson and Emma Hamilton.
    shellywebsteron April 16, 2007   Link

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