"Bubbles" as written by and Anthony F. Hughes....
Blowin' bubbles outta the window
Chewin' bubblegum and blowin' big bubbles
Gettin' gettin' ridda ridda all my troubles,
Watchin' the tadpoles glubba, glubba in the puddles
Soap bubbles carry my dreams up high
Bubble gum kinda keeps my heart from gettin' heavy and cryin'

Ma ‘n' Pa are arguin' again,
today I lost my best friend
The kitty has a little cold,
‘n ‘ grammama is getting older
My tummy has a little pain,
‘n' when does Jesus come again?

Blowin' bubbles outta the window
Chewin' bubblegum and blowin' big bubbles
Gettin' gettin' ridda ridda all my troubles,
Watchin' the tadpoles glubba, glubba in the puddles
Soap bubbles carry my dreams up high
Bubble gum kinda keeps my heart from gettin' heavy and cryin'

Blowin' bubbles outta the window
Chewin' bubblegum and blowin' big bubbles
Gettin' gettin ridda ridda all my troubles,
Watchin' the tadpoles glubba, glubba in the puddles
Soap bubbles carry my dreams up high
Bubble gum kinda keeps my heart from gettin' heavy and cryin'


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"Bubbles" as written by Christopher Dedrick

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    General CommentI just want to edit the fourth line of the song. After listening to the song again it sounds more like "watching the tadpoles gluba gluba..." (I can't really tell if he's saying bubbles after that or not. It could be something else, he kind of mumbles a bit.) Also I couldn't really make out the name of the friend in the second verse.

    Someone once told me this song had a kind of double entendre, but I don't get it. I think the song is pretty straight forward and is about getting rid of your troubles by chewing bubblegum.
    tootwee4uon July 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is the genius of The Free Design: the song is all giddy and happy-sounding, but it's about the fears and worries that a person has when they are young. That's how adolescence is, outwardly fun, but inwardly difficult.
    lizardkingpon March 26, 2014   Link

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