"Gepetto" as written by and Tanya Donelly....
So he's lying on top again
Just like Gepetto and his doll.
And he's running around again,
And I can't get him out of this house.
And if you bore him,
You lose your soul to me.
So that kid from the bad home
Came over to my house again,
Decapitated all my dolls.
And if you bore me,
You lose your soul to me.
Hey Gepetto,
Where'd you put it?
Oh Gepetto, poor boy.
Hey Gepetto, where'd you put it?
Oh Gepetto, poor boy.
And if you bore him,
You're gonna lose your soul.
Hey Gepetto, where'd you get to?
Oh Gepetto, poor boy.
Hey Gepetto, where'd you get to?
Oh Gepetto, poor boy.
Hey Gepetto, what'd you get me?
Oh Gepetto, poor boy.
So he's lying on top again,
Just like Gepetto.


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"Gepetto" as written by Tanya Donelly

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    General CommentThe picture the song paints for me is of a child, sorely neglected at home that adopts a surrogate family down the street.
    He becomes the little brother that noone wanted, annoying, constantly needing approval and/or attention but so innocent and sincere in his affections that you can help but take him into your heart.
    voydlanderon January 14, 2007   Link

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