You know they call my girl the Snake Charmer
Here she comes rising with the yellow dawn
You know I would do nothing to ever harm her
I guess that I've just loved you for too long

You know they call my girl the Worm Tamer
She cracks lightning like a viper's tongue
She leaves me every night and who could blame her
I guess that I've just loved you for too long

For too long!

You know they call my girl the Serpent Wrangler
Eating inchworms down by the bill-a-bong
I spent all last night trying to untangle her
I guess that I've loved you for too long

You know they call my baby the Mambo Rider
I cry storms of tears till the rising of the dawn
You know I'm only happy when I'm inside her
I guess that I've just loved you for too long

Well my baby calls me the Loch Ness Monster
Two great big humps and then I'm gone
But actually I am the Abominable Snowman
I guess that I've loved you for too long


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    General Commentclever
    ExoM7on August 27, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningI think this song is about a (middle-aged) man who feels sexually inadequate. While his woman is a great lover (Snake charmer, worm tamer, serpent wrangler, mambo rider - all pretty sexual images when put in this context), the man cannot keep up with her - which becomes clear in the last verse: "Well my baby calls me the Loch Ness Monster/Two great big humps and then I'm gone"
    thedimlocatoron October 19, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI agree with you on the general sense of the song, it doesn't necessarily mean sexually inadequate to me though.
    bonedrivenon October 10, 2013   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song is like a musicians wet dream. A mischievous dedication of love for a female other, who has totally hypnotised the male counterpart who feels inferior to her.
    PlatosCaveon November 10, 2013   Link

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