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Ladybug fly on my hands
I'm guilty I smashed it to be a man

Ladybug fly on my hand
I've learned my lesson I won't have to learn it again
I hope, I hope

Bulldozer flies? on my hands
I'm guilty I smashed it to prove that I can

Bulldozer flies? on my hands
I've learned my lesson I wont have to learn it again
I hope, I hope

I've learned my lesson
I won't have to learn it again
I've learned my lesson
I wont have to learn it again
I've learned my lesson
I wont have to learn it again
I hope


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    General CommentHonestly, ok... A lady bug is a lucky bug in Eastern society... All I really think this song is saying is that boys smash up things metaphorically to prove something... ie... girls and boys are the same we just show things differently.... I guess I focus on the lines "I'm guilty I smashed it to be a man..." It just makes me feel like men are a little confused and so are women... the song makes me think men or can be crushed just like a butterfly or a girl.... I guess this song makes me think men want the same 'comforts' as women but the problem is that men and women express things differently?
    perhapspsychologyon February 03, 2008   Link

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