"All Them Boys" as written by and Andrew/wolf Broder....
andrew broder:
spit that gum into the sun,
walk in a circle a perfect gun.
all them boys and all they noise,
all them boys and all they noise.

why?:
right now, i am not installing a carborator in my uncle's minibus,
i guess i could be enclosing the porch.
i could be applying for a job at the provident bank,
or having my cuticles cut my asian women for twenty bucks...

andrew broder:
spit that gum into the sun,
walk in a circle a perfect gun.
all them boys and all they noise,
all them boys and all they noise.

why?:
right now, i'm not clearing land in a costa rican rainforest
for american logging companies, chainsaw in hand (what are my options?).
i guess that i could chaperone the boys choir's field trip to busch gardens.
atlantic city, fist full of beach sand, bucket:
dead jellyfish (ventnor). oakercroak island. i guess i could...

andrew broder:
spit that gum into the sun,
walk in a circle a perfect gun.
all them boys and all they noise,
all them boys and all they noise.


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    General CommentI love the chorus to this song.
    I have no idea what it means, however.
    The verses seem to be about regretting good things you haven't done, but it still being okay, because you also haven't done bad things, either.
    Demetrius7on March 02, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is describing what Yoni or Andrew could've done to be upstanding young men like "all them boys" would do... maybe
    that's what i get out of the verses but the chorus is pretty hard to understand
    crazymothaofaon October 07, 2011   Link
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    General Comment*Ocracoke Island, I think, in North Carolina. Nowhere near Ventnor or Atlantic City though.
    RaygunShaunon March 11, 2012   Link

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