I'm feeling good
And my heart is made of wood
I'm not alone
And my soul is made of bone.
And they'll break, break, break at other hearts and souls
Oh, I know they will.

The air is mine
To breathe in as I please
Honey, sucker (?)
Is a song too long (?) and bees
And they'll buzz, buzz, buzz and scare the children gone
That's what the bees want.

Everybody loves something sometimes.
Everybody's gotta have the goods to eat.
Mamma's gotta love what baby does
And baby, that's me.
I'm loving the street.

Jesus loved the street and Mohammad too
With the times at hand, with the job at hand,
Well, I ask you man,
What are they to do?

And when it's done
And the big girls had their fun
Out there I can see
My golden cabin in the trees
Will I snooze, snooze, snooze for eternity?
If god lets me, I will.

Everybody loves something sometimes.
Everybody's gotta have the goods to eat.
Mamma's gotta love what baby does
And baby, that's me.
Baby, that's me.
Baby, that's me.
I'm loving the street.


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    General Comment"...break, break, break the other hearts and souls."

    "Honey suckle."

    The first stanza is so beautiful. I love the line "Jesus loved the street, and Muhammad too/With the times at hand, with the job at hand/Well I ask you, man, what are they to do."

    This song seems to be just generally life affirming, acknowledging that life is affirmed for different people in different circumstances in different ways. It's the "job at hand," and ultimately what steps you take are pragmatic ones toward a similar goal. This song makes me joyous.
    Nikoluson March 08, 2009   Link

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