Bobby’s got a spacesuit made out of squirrel skin
He’s pushing downwards out and sucking upwards in
And this is truth to him, and this is truth to him

Gina burns her Barbie ‘til it’s unrecognizable rubber
Screw your d size cups ‘cause I’m a way better lover
This is truth to her, this is truth to her

Turn my stupid question marks into simple candy canes
Turn my stupid question marks into simple candy canes
And this is truth to me, this is truth to me

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    General CommentTake everything as it comes along, and be tolerant of others.

    Don't question every little thing, just enjoy life and everything in it.

    Live and let live, don't ask questions, just live.

    That's what this song means to me.
    TimKishon March 26, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti really do love this song. "screw your D size cups cause i'm a way better lover." epic.
    modernaudreyon November 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI agree with TimKish. As we get older, it seems as if life becomes nothing but a big question to us. Just live life the way it is supposed to be lived. Amazing song. One of my favorites.
    FLYfatassFLY66on April 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's basically about how the world becomes a lot less magical once you understand it. On the same token, life doesn't have to be any less beautiful just because we can understand it within a rational context. This song is a plea to live life simply and not fritter over details.

    The first verse describes how a kid is pretending to be inside a rocket ship. "Pushing downwards out and sucking upwards in" refers to the sound of a rocket about to take off.

    The second verse references our obsession over physical beauty, but it also shows that we are all comprised of the same components when it comes down to it (in the end, we're all just unrecognizable rubber since we just rot away in the ground). Also, this isn't a sexual kind of "lover" being sung about – it's more of a holistic, unconditional sort of love for mankind. This sort of love has no concern for physical appearance.

    The last verse encourages listeners to stop brooding and fixating over difficult questions and instead just see them as a curious and necessary part of life.

    The "this is truth to him/her/me" shows that adults recognize how kids sincerely believe their imaginations. The end of the song suggests we can learn something from those younger than us.
    buggie92on March 01, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite things I learned from cloud cult,
    "truth to you"
    chellixion March 29, 2013   Link

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