When you came around
and offered nothing new,
nothing old,
nothing I could use.

I wondered when did you
give up on the way
we spent our spring days
constantly talking
finding our voices amazing.

You called me over,
though I drive you crazy.

My eye's still as strong as the avocado, baby.
Though my hands start shaking in the second I awaken;
I am soft, and still, and lazy
and my tongue is on the run
and it's only just begun...
Did you ever see a good joke turn so sour?
My tongue is on the run
and it's having so much fun...
I'm growing younger by the hour.

I should wait until the spring,
wait until the spring,
but my carpet is crawling with crocodiles
and a dozen porcupines point their needles in my thumb.

Now, tippy Tina tippy-toes into the picture
with a rolling thumb and finger...
Tippy Tina tippy-toes into the picture
with a rolling thumb and finger figure...


You called me over,
though I drive you crazy.

My eye's still as strong as the avocado, baby.
Though my hands start shaking in the second I awaken;
I am soft, and still, and lazy
and my tongue is on the run
and it's only just begun...
Did you ever see a good joke turn so sour?
my tongue is on the run
and it's having so much fun...
I'm growing younger by the hour.


Lyrics submitted by cal2390

Avocado Baby song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain