"I Kicked A Boy" as written by and Harriet Wheeler David Gavurin....
When the weather's fine, when it's sunny outside
Think about the time I kicked a boy 'til he cried
Oh, I could've been wrong, but I don't think I was
He's such a child
When I am alone, I remember so well
How merrily I tripped a boy so he fell
Oh I could've been wrong, but I don't think I was
He's totally wild

And I've been wondering lately just who's gonna save me
Now I have a cold, and no story to tell
I'd marry you but I'm so unwell
And I could've been wrong
Well I don't think I was
He's totally wild

And I've been wondering lately
Just who's gonna save me
Yes you should've been wise
Oh hysterical child
Where'd you learn to do that


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"I Kicked a Boy" as written by Harriet Wheeler David Gavurin

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    General CommentI took my screen name from this song. :-)
    ikickedagirlon December 08, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionI think this is one of those where most if not all of the lyrics are David's - at least I know from an interview that the "kicked a boy" lines definitely are. The rest seems to tie in with the questions of self-worth from "Skin and Bones".
    turricanedon November 15, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThese may not be the exact lyrics, another site may not have the exact lyrics either, yeah there was this chick who meant to put me in good places, though everything got shifted around and turned upwisde down, gthough i suppose the upsdie is aeverything ought turn upright again, Bush might dyslexicode for trying to mean something but harboring lots of hypocrasy, I would fix that I will in due timing
    JoveWilliamsRules4Uon May 16, 2004   Link

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