"Where Do The Boys Go" as written by Ivan Dorschuk, C. Dorschuk, S. Dorschuk and Allan Joseph Mccarthy....
We walked around in circles singing ooo ha o
I said we walk around for practically forever singing ooo ha o
I said our heads were filled with things that
Didn't really matter anyway we're singing ooo ha o
I said we walk around for practically forever singing ooo ha o
I say!
We walked around in circles singing-- ooo ha o
I said we walk around for practically forever singing-- ooo ha o
I said our heads were filled with things that
Didn't really matter anyway we're singing-- ooo ha o
I said we walk around for practically forever singing-- ooo ha o
I say:
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Ok, third line everybody sing
Chorus repeat
(We walk around in circles)
We walked around in circles singing-- ooo ha o
I said we walk around a practically forever singing-- ooo ha o
I said our heads were filled with things that didn't matter anyway we're singing-- ooo ha o
I said we walk around for practically all eternity singing-- ooo ha o
I say we walk around in circles!-- Ooo ha o
I say we walk around in circles!-- Ooo ha o
I say we walk around in circles!-- Ooo ha o
I say we walk around in circles!-- Ooo ha o
All to the tune of this very simple melody
[Simple melody]
Ta ta ta ta ta ta!
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
T-tell me, tell me, tell me, where do the boys go?
Where do the boys go?
Where do the boys go?
Where do the boys go?
Where do the boys go?


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"Where Do the Boys Go?" as written by C. Dorschuk Allan Joseph Mccarthy

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  • +1
    My InterpretationThis is a reference to Neverland, where the immortal lost boys danced in circles, pretending to be Indians. And on a deeper level it is about the loss of childhood. You see this Peter Pan theme come back in the 2012 album in the song Live and Learn, in which a pirate theme is paired with the concept of growing up.
    improbableon July 10, 2012   Link
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    General Commentgreat song
    ledzepfloyd1101on April 25, 2010   Link

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