"Gigantic" as written by Charles Thompson and Kimberley Murphy....
And this I know his teeth as white as snow
What a gas it was to see him
Walk her everyday into a shady place
With her lips she said

She said, "Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball
Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball
Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball"

Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love
Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love

Lovely legs there are
What a big black mass, what a hunk of love
He'll walk her every day into a shady place
Like the dark, but I'd want him

"Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball
Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball
Hey Paul, hey Paul, hey Paul
Let's have a ball"

Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love
Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love

Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love

Gigantic, gigantic, gigantic
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love
A big, big love


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"Gigantic" as written by Charles Thompson Kim Deal

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    General CommentOne of their best covers. It's really cool cause you listen to their version, and it doesn't even sound like Reel Big Fish. No trumpets, no ska, just this cool dance-pop song. Really awesome take on this song, better than the original.
    truthbealiaron June 30, 2002   Link

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