"Cuddly Toy" as written by and Harry Edward Nilsson....
You're not the only cuddly toy
That was ever enjoyed
By any boy

You're not the only choo choo train
That was left out in the rain
The day after Santa came

You're not the only charity light
That was left in the night
Who gave up without a fight, yeah

You're not the only cuddly toy
That was ever enjoyed
By any boy

You're not the kind of girl to tell your mother
The kind of company you keep
I never told you that I'd love no other
You must have dreamed it in your sleep, bop bop

You're not the only cuddly toy
That was ever enjoyed
By any boy

You're not the only choo choo train
That was left out in the rain
The day after Santa came

Laa, la, la, la, la la la, la la la la, wan wan wan wan
La la la, la la la, la la la la

You're not the kind of girl to tell your mother
The kind of company you keep
I never told you that I'd love no other
You must have dreamed it in your sleep, zop zop

You're not the only cuddly toy
That was ever enjoyed
By any boy

You're not the only choo choo train
That was left out in the rain
The day after Santa came

Laa, la, la, la, la la la, la la la la, wan wan wan wan
La la la, la la la, la la la la


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"Cuddly Toy" as written by Harry Nilsson

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    General Commentharry admitted he was writing about a gang-bang here, but couched in such a way that most people wouldn't realize what the words were actually referring to. the fact that the monkees had a hit with this song cracks me up.
    bonepaperon June 07, 2008   Link

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