Lolling in the harbor
Hands clasped in ardor
Lazy little Ada
Too lazy to lay her down

Croquet and lawn darts
Cradled in a hand cart
Sits lazy little Ada
Too lazy to lay her down
To lay her down

Motion is nature
Says indolent creature
Lazy little Ada
Too lazy to lay her down

Ada in step
be of velvet
Lazy little Ada
Too lazy to lay her down
To lay her down

Take me, lose me
Shine me, undo me
Lazy little Ada
Too lazy to lay her down
To lay her down


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    General CommentI love the sleepy tone of this song. From what I can tell, it's about the narrator being in love with a privileged girl. She has money, so she can afford to spend time lolling and playing croquet.
    The narrator simply wants to have a short time with this beautiful velvet creature, but Ada doesn't want to be with him because it would mean a disturbance of her life. "Too lazy to lay her down."

    This piece is only available on the Sound the Hare Heard compilation.
    astounding chairon January 27, 2007   Link

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