Oh I was thinking I couldn't do better
Than this girl who stuck gum straight on the leather
Of this disgusting & expensive sofa
Didn't even try to hide it

It wasn't like this at the wedding
Light years before heavy drinking
She tried to teach me how to sit cross-legged
Underneath the table

But I could be pleasingly shiny
Not teasing her with shyness
Not sad with the skellyetons at the bar

& I could draw a perfect line
Half this town call me Caroline
Say baby what is yours is mine

Was even thinking that I couldn't do better
Than the woman at Whitechapel Welfare Center
Who signs me on every other week
& thank god she never speaks to me

It wasn't like this at the wedding
Light years before heavy drinking
She tried to teach me how to sit cross-legged
Underneath the table

But I could be pleasingly shiny
Not teasing her with shyness
Not sad with the skeletons at the bar

& I could draw a perfect line
Half this town call me Caroline
Say baby what is yours is mine

So I said bye bye bubble belly
Bubble belly bye bye
Bye bye bubble belly
Bubble belly bye bye

Bye bye bye bye bye bye bye
Bye bye bubble belly
Bubble belly bye bye


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Bye Bye Bubble Belly song meanings
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