"Don't Call Me Andy" as written by and Andrew F. Wilkes-krier....
She said, "Andy, what you doing on the mountain?"
And she said, "Now Andy, what you doing on the air?"
And he said, "Andy doesn't live up on the mountain
If you're looking for Andy, you'll be looking everywhere"

So don't call me Andy
No, don't call me Andy
No, don't call me Andy
And don't call me Ann

When something's covered, does it just go away
Or does it just hover behind the veil of today?
And she said, "You don't, you don't have any houses"
And he said, "No, you don't, you don't have any home"

So don't call me Andy
(Don't call me Andy)
No, don't call me Andy
No, don't call me Andy
And don't call me Ann

So don't call me Andy
(So don't call me Andy)
No, don't call me Andy
(No, don't call me Andy)
No, don't call me Andy
And don't call me and
(Don't call me, don't call me, don't call me, don't call me)


Lyrics submitted by uteinfullerton, edited by hornytheclown

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    General CommentI love this song, and think it's pretty catchy (maybe I just like him going: "Don't call me Anddddyyy."

    My best guess as to meaning: Andrew is probably singing about himself. Maybe when he was younger his nickname was "Andy" and now that he's grown up, become successful, climbed the "mountain," and is "on air," he doesn't want to be referred to as Andy.

    The second verse is a little weird. My guess is she is saying that though he successful he still doesn't have a house and maybe really hasn't changed that much from "Andy."

    Either way I don't think he's excited about the girl, and maybe that's what is meant by the "don't call me Anne." Anne might be the girl and the line might be: "Don't call me, Anne" with a comma meaning he doesn't want her to call him. She might remind him of his troubled youth?

    Just a guess, would love other angles of thought.
    hornytheclownon September 15, 2012   Link

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