"Doe" as written by Kim Deal and Ray Halliday....
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I walk to where he's sitting
It's all salty salty
He knows It's good, it's real, it's pretty
It's all salty Timmy
It's all salty Timmy
It's all salty Timmy

He said Doe Doe Doe

Dared leave
We've burned the field completely
Ahhh... last light
I feel it's real, it's pretty
It's all salty Timmy
It's all salty Timmy
It's all salty Timmy

He said Doe Doe Doe

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"Doe" as written by Ray Halliday Kim Deal

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    General CommentI read in NME ages ago that this was Kurt Cobains fave breeders song cus it's about a girl who goes down on a guy and he pats her on the head like a Doe

    craiguson March 30, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti thought of this song when i gave a blowjob to my boyfriend for the first time. it'll always remind me of that, especially the part "it's all salty"
    machiavellianmethodon September 04, 2006   Link
  • +1
    Song MeaningOoof. These lyrics are way off! The first word is 'Trumpets', not 'top this'. The 'da-DA, da-DA, da-da-DA' that follows is supposed to mimic the sound of trumpets. "He said 'doe'" is a reference to Disney's Bambi. The song is about a lithium overdose. This is all according to Kim, from a Pod-era print interview.
    thinskizzyon February 02, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYup. Guess whatthe salty stuff is?
    Thesmellyoneon June 05, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti think it's about child molestation. some girl giving a little boy a blow job. timmy is, most of the time, a little boy's name. 'doe' is innocense, and timmy's innocense is being taken away.
    Debassplayeron December 19, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYuck. I hope not. Maybe he's losing innocence as its his first blow job? Or hers?
    productofthe80son August 06, 2006   Link

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