"He Liked To Feel It" as written by and Brad Roberts....
There was a boy
Who liked to wiggle his tooth loose so he could show it
And then we'd watch
While he would tie it to a doorknob, wind up, and then slam it

And that was how he liked to have his teeth pulled out
He told us how he liked to feel it when it came out

But he grew tired
Of using doorknobs and so he thought up a brand-new trick
He said he'd tie
His tooth to his dog's tail, find a stick, wind up, and then throw it

And that was how he liked to have his teeth pulled out
He told us how he liked to feel it when it came out

He called his dog
But just as he was set to go, his dad arrived there
He yelled at him
Then got some pliers, held him, wound up, and yanked it out right there

That wasn't how he liked to have his teeth pulled out
He wouldn't tell us how it felt when it came out


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"He Liked to Feel It" as written by Brad Roberts

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    My InterpretationThis song kicks butt, just like most CTD songs. So what I get from this is how when it comes to all of us, for us being adventurous and doing things the way we want to do them, we're excited to tell everyone about them. We're even happy to tell people about the things that are painful. On the other hand, when we do things the way we're "supposed to", then no one wants to talk about that. There's nothing exciting or worth while to talk about when it's what we're "supposed" to do.
    MikeForShorton December 05, 2009   Link

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