"Waiting for Jaden" as written by and Steve Adams Zach Gill....
The telephone was ringing
Grandparents were frantically running about
And everyone kept asking
"When's that baby coming out?"
Well, Earth Day 2000 was her due date
But by May the 4th, Jaden was late

So we were waiting, waiting for Jaden, oooh

We wanted to have you naturally
So we searched out all the possible remedies
Hot sex, nipple stimulation, castor oil, and gory movies
And by that Friday
They were threatening to induce
And we pleaded with you to come out
And call it a truce

Jaden can't you hear what we say, your mother and I want you to come out and play

It was Cinco de Mayo
And while patriots were cruising the boulevard
Your mother was pushing
And she was pushing hard
The stroke of midnight
And she pushed once more
And at 12:02 on May the 6th

Jaden was born

Now were elated, elated for Jaden, oooh


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"Waiting for Jaden" as written by Steven Adams Daniel Lebowitz

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    General Commentdoes anyone else see a connection between this and "dear prudence" by the beatles?

    Jaden can't you hear what we say, your mother and I want you to come out and play

    I really like this song, the only thing is that maybe it's lady loop or wasting time, but I can't picture these guys as dads
    annaSon November 09, 2007   Link

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