"Baby" as written by Thomas Jacob Black and Kyle Richard Gass....
I can't get to sleep tonight
No matter how hard I try
Cause it's cold and it's dark
And the wind is a whistlin'
And I can't seem to put out the light

Momma's been searching for baby
But baby been tryin' to get home
Cause it's cold and it's dark
And the moon cannot light the way
And Daddy's gone, bye bye

I'm just a babyyy

[crying]

[JB]
I've had this birthmark since I was born,
It's the name of our fucking band dude.

[KG]
I have an ass mark too


Lyrics submitted by smitty83

"Baby" as written by Kyle Richard Gass Thomas Jack Black

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    General CommentI dunno if any of you other Tenacious D listeners might've heard this other song, but does anyone notice the guitar in Baby sounds similiar to the piano on One Of These Things First by Nick Drake?
    twist-tieon June 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCool, first comment.
    I think this song is hilarious especially the crying noise he makes.
    "I have ass mark too"
    If you haven't seen the movie yet go see it.
    archiethebadger4on November 27, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is awesome. The baby noise is funny!

    Lol I thought it was "I have asthma too" and I was thinking wtf.
    shrodeson December 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI feel so terrible listening to this song because I know it's got no meaning whatsoever, but it still makes me want to cry.
    Sharpon April 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI thought it was
    "No one's been searchin' for baby."
    Instead of
    "Momma's been searchin' for baby."
    none,nonemoreblackon July 25, 2008   Link

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