How do you? How do you do?
How do you? How do you do it?
Music make her stop pressing those strings firmly to my down
The ground water is drying up to fill my jars again

But then click clack clickity click click click
Clickity clack, clickity clack
I'm through having your harsh march stare down my size
And punish what young is left in these eyes

And how do I, oh how do I?
How do I? How did I?
How can I? How will I? How did I?
How can I pick up and go?

'Cause I lack the wind and trees
And the sunlight in the afternoon
And my button collections
Need to find a home

And that click clack clickity click click click
Clickity clack, clickity clack
I'm through having your harsh march stare down my size
And punish what young is left in these eyes

Oh click clack clickity click click click
Clickity clack, clickity clack
And when I turn my back
And when I turn my back
I'll twirl my little skirt
And it'll be my shoes instead of yours
My shoes instead of yours
My shoes screaming back
Click clack clickity click click click
Clickity clack, clickity clack


Lyrics submitted by holbytla, edited by smallwonderrobot

Clickity Clack song meanings
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    General CommentHey everybody, thanks for reading my comment. And if you're listening to Alela Daie, as I am, you are maybe a little mellow and tired of certain things in life.... Well, anyways, I believe this song is about not being able to leave a relationship where the other person fancys leaving whenever they want to

    "I'll twirl my little skirt
    And it'll be my shoes instead of yours
    My shoes instead of yours
    My shoes screaming back
    Click clack clickity click click click"

    Seems to me that one idea is about a hurtful relationship she can't find a way to leave, this is an expression of her pain and he desire to leave; but can't. Just my opinion
    mkelly87on June 12, 2009   Link

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