"Shrinking The Blob" as written by Thomas Allan Flowers, Douglas James Eldridge, Richard C. Ivanisevich and Fred Roger Jr. Nelson....
(lyrics: Thomas Flowers)

The deeper you get the more you sink into it
Faster you fall the more you crawl away from it
We're siamese at the knees she said and we're weighted
We're siamese if you please and she said and we're weighted

We are right here with you
We are right here with you

The more that you make the less you should take from others
The longer you live the more you should give to your brothers
We're siamese at the knees she said and we're weighted
We're siamese if you please and she said and we're weighted

We are right here with you
We are right here with you
You came the wait is over
And now your mine
And you 'll never ever be alone

Can't believe how much you've grown in such a short time
Can't believe how much you've grown and are growing
Ornery, but lovingly you scream when your hungry
Can't believe how much you've grown and are growing
Right in front of my eyes

We are right here with you
We are right here with you
You came the wait is over
And now your mine & your mine
And you'll never ever be alone


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"Shrinking the Blob" as written by Fred Roger Jr. Nelson Douglas James Eldridge

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    My InterpretationThis song always struck me as being about becoming a parent. The pregnant mother being 'the blob' which 'shrinks' when the child is born.

    "We're Siamese if you please" means we're in this together in the sense what affects one in the family affects them all.

    The rest of the song is about pledging to be there for the child no matter what, admiring/lamenting how quickly she's growing up and trying to teach her the most important lessons in life like treating others with kindness.
    Ataxicon June 09, 2017   Link

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