"Candy" as written by Jason S. Finn, Chris Ballew and David Michael Dederer....
The sugar's only sweetness,
Salt is ocean tears
And you were my only weakness
For years and years and years
You little (yellow) sweetie
You were hiding in a jar
Now my mind is gone completely
Take off the lid and there you are

You're my can-dy

Well the devil, she made sweet candy,
Took six days and nights to dream
On the seventh day she rested,
Woke up early and made ice cream
Now the devil, she must be a dentist
With deep jawbreaker eyes
Red rope hair, gumdrop lips,
Cotton candy thighs

(Chaga lava) Stole my body
And aftertaste stole my mind
Left me dangling down defenseless
Then sweet candy she said goodbye
Now my teeth are worn and useless
My eyes too sunk to see
My tongue swelled up to twice its size
And all I want to do is eat

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"Candy" as written by David Michael Dederer Chris Ballew

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    General CommentFirst...it is 'you little yellow sweetie' and 'chocolate lava stole body'. Those are the correct lyrics. This is my favorite Prez of the USA song next to Naked and Famous. It's about a drug-induced haze of some kind. Little yellow sweetie hiding in a jar means mama is running for the shelter of a mother's little helper. I could be equating two things that have nothing to do with each other but all interpretations vary, don't they?
    OpinionHeadon April 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commentim pretty sure this song is relating a woman to candy, judging by how he says "you're my candy" and you can't tell me "red rope hair, gumdrop lips, and cotton candy thighs" doesn't insuate anything sexual. I suppose it could also be about drugs, though. Hell, it could simply be about candy!
    mrjackon April 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think its making fun of 90's grunge rock songs about drugs.
    LevitateMeon May 29, 2005   Link

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