"Nice Things That Look Good" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel and Jason Edward Hammel....
Someday you'll find that I'll have to stay
It's hard to say when I'm 39 in the face
Don't let your pardon

Call, call 'cause I do wonder
It's alright, give it to me right
If you mind, the fall at your knees
Come, come 'cause I don't want to
You won't mind the fold at your seams

Mary, kiss your hips
It doesn't mean you're loaded


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"Nice Things That Look Good" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel Jason Edward Hammel

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    General CommentHell if I know what it means, but one of my favorite MoS songs!
    mrtscon March 26, 2003   Link
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    General Commenthah yea. mary kiss your hips...
    hmm
    but it sounds awesome.
    i love the xylophone or whatever they use on this
    feelinleftouton June 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commentit's "you won't mind" not "you want mind"
    but that still doesn't help clarify the meaning of these lyrics. so...could someone help? at least with the last 2 lines?
    JamieLou007on November 27, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis is my favorite mates of state songs. and it's hard to decipher their lyrics, so i really have no idea what this means.
    g0wthefl0won September 17, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"mary, kiss your hips, it doesn't mean you're loaded"

    could this mean it's alright to appreciate yourself and to be proud of your body or your abilities without coming off as being presumptuous?
    biblical reference?
    juliaspaperbagson May 13, 2007   Link

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