"Candy and a Currant Bun (Pink Floyd cover)" as written by and Syd Barrett....
Oh my, girl sitting in the sun.
Go buy candy and a currant bun.
I'm high, don't try to spoil the fun.
Don't cry, I'll roll another one.
Ooh, don't touch me, child.
Please, you know you drive me wild.
Please, you know I'm feeling frail.

It's true, sun's shining very bright.
It's you I'm gonna love tonight.
Ice cream, tasty if you eat it right.
Ice cream, tasty if you treat it right.

Ooh, don't touch me...
Please, you know you drive me wild.
Please, you know I'm feeling frail.

Oh my, girl sitting in the sun.
Go buy candy and a currant bun.
I'm high, don't try to spoil the fun.
Don't cry, we'll roll another one.

Ooh, don't touch me, child.
Please, you know you drive me wild.
Please, you know I'm feeling frail.


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Candy and a Currant Bun (Pink Floyd cover) song meanings
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    General Commentthis is a Pink Floyd cover
    laurelinwyntreon February 22, 2008   Link
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    General Commentactually, the song Mars Volta covered is Time To Roll Another One... which is pretty much the original version of Candy And A Current Bun... record label forced Syd to rewite the lines talking about marijuana... and Rename it to "Candy And A Currant Bun"

    I like, to see you run
    Like that......
    Oooh, don't talk to me
    Please just fuck with me

    Was Originally
    Im High dont try to spoil my fun
    Don't Cry, we'll roll another one
    oh dont touch me child
    please you know you drive me wild

    not a big deal but

    Ice cream, taste good in the afternoon
    Ice cream, taste good if you eat it soon

    was
    Ice cream, taste good if you eat it right
    Ice cream, taste good if you treat it right.
    Veggiortoon April 28, 2008   Link

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