For who do you cut your hair?
This is for the one that I love
He no doubt was sent to me
From the above
And now she's got a beard that
Goes down to the ground
And every time she sees me
She spins me around

Oh yeah Dizzy Dog
Won't you spin me all around

For who do you cut your hair?
This is for the eyes that
Hold my ego
They tell the story that we already know
Of all the pain we've had
And all the joy to come
Will swim off togethers one day
In an ocean of rum

Oh yeah Dizzy Dog
Won't you spin me all around

Our fathers have spoken
Paper in the wind
I'll settle down
In these fears

For who do you cut your hair?
Oh Dizzy Dog
Won't you spin me around you



Lyrics submitted by TDeMello, edited by punch, ananasananas

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    General Commentso beautiful
    fucknesson January 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwhere can i find this song??? is it a coveR?
    carebearloveon April 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe "Our fathers have spoken" part reminds me of arranged marriage
    othatzsokewlon August 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI always thought it was ' this is for the arms that hold my ego' instead of ' This is for the eyes that, oh my god' forgive me if i am wrong. Love this song, listen to it every singular day
    opheliasunon June 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI updated the lyrics, after listening to all the versions I could find.

    "This is for the woman" was definitely wrong. My best guess is "this is for the one that I love", but I'm not sure about that one. Then instead of "grows down to the ground" it's "goes".

    "This is for the eyes that, oh my god" is also wrong. "Eyes" is correct though, that's clear. The wrong part is "oh my god". It ends in an "oh" sound. "Hold my ego" could be correct, so I put that.

    "We'll swim off together one day". First of all she always sings "togethers" instead of "together". The first word is either "we'll" or "will". Both make sense. To me it sounds more like "will" so I changed it.

    "In an ocean of rum" is actually correct, she sings it very clearly one place!

    The Sierra part ("Our fathers have spoken / Paper in the wind") I have no idea about. Not sure how anybody got that. I'm assuming it's just wild guesswork. But I left it.

    I'm pretty sure the rest is correct, it's very clear.
    punchon July 24, 2013   Link

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