Jack Johnson: Banana Pancakes Meaning
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Banana Pancakes Lyrics
There ain't no need to go outside
But baby, you hardly even notice
When I try to show you
this song It's meant to keep you
From doin' what you're supposed to
Like wakin' up too early
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous May 16th 2007 report
'We got everything we need right here
And everything we need is enough
It's just so easy
When the whole world fits inside of your arms'
They've got each other and he just wants her to forget about the rest of the world for a day so he can show her he loves her.
Yes, it does mention sex:
'Mama made a baby
I really don't mind to practice
Because you're my little lady
Lady, lady love me'
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous Apr 21st 2011 report
Its about two people banging at sunrise.
3TOP RATED#3 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jun 14th 2006 report
It's about not wanting the person you love to ever leave:
"The telephone singing, ringing, it's too early
Don't pick it up
We don't need to
We got everything we need right here
And everything we need is enough "
All you need is love... basically!
Whenever someone leaves you feel sad and so you want a reason to keep them with you for as long as possible... rain's a good enough reason for them not to leave y
anonymous Oct 8th 2020 report
Lots of people say this song isbabout morning sex.
Lots of people say it's about wanting a lazy morning in and not wanting your love to leave.
Why can't it be about both? It's about someone who wants their partner to stay in bed with them; who wants to flirt and make love together, stay and cuddle afterwards. To me, this song encompasses everything about wanting a lazy morning in - including the sex.
anonymous Aug 31st 2020 report
Is it true that somebody else actually wrote These lyrics for Jack. Or did he really write these lyrics for his wife? I know a lot of musicians don't write their own music but doesn't The Lyricist usually get credit? I met a man in Maine who said he wrote These lyrics for Jack.
anonymous Aug 31st 2020 report
Is it true that somebody else actually wrote These lyrics for Jack. Or did he really write these lyrics for his wife? I know a lot of musicians don't write their own music but doesn't The Lyricist usually get credit?
anonymous May 30th 2020 report
I think this song has multiple meanings depending on how it’s interpreted some may see it as having sex in the morning some may see it as just wanting to be with the one you love either way see it how you want to see it bc for one it could mean something that makes a lot of sense like for Jack Johnson he may have written it about sex but songs mean how you see them personally I see it as a song where you don’t want to leave someone you love and you just want to care about them and for them to care about you but see it how you feel writers like him write multiple reasons in songs for reasons like this so people can make their own interpretations and be relatable to it and like it
anonymous Apr 21st 2018 report
Banana pancakes is just about sleeping in, having a relaxing day and making banana pancakes together.
anonymous Jul 22nd 2017 report
Banana pancakes slang for a morning romp sex session. The perfect start for any day with the one you love! Grovey
anonymous Apr 16th 2012 report
I remember hearing a few years ago that when kids would ask him to sing banana pancakes, Jack Johnson would feel really embarrassed, because while they loved the song, the term "making banana pancakes" was a euphemism for sex in the morning.
Do a search - it's all out there on Google...
anonymous Jul 16th 2007 report
I believe this song has such a deep and meaningful meaning. To me it represents peace, love and happiness. The way that Jack Johnson can create such a invigorating and refreshing song is beyond me. He is an artist beyond belief. The song though means that on a Sunday after making some banana pancakes go have some afternoon delight get loose and produce.
I LOVE this song. It's pretty much what everyone's said, about not getting out of bed and sleeping in and not answering the phone or the alarm clock. and lying around with the girl he loves, being lazy, baking banana pancakes. my boyfriend sings this to me all the time. and on days that it rains he comes over and makes banana pancakes. It's adorable!
anonymous Mar 2nd 2007 report
That having to leave the person you can't live w/o for work every morning is part of the world, like rain, but what life should be is as easy as staying in and making banana pancakes-> "This song is ment 2 keep ya from doin what cha suposta" ..
AND- Laka is a hawaiian goddess that , I think, takes in the sun and spreads it in nature or something like that
anonymous Nov 26th 2006 report
its about sex. listen to the lyrics one more time and you will see it
anonymous Jul 6th 2006 report
This is a song he wrote for his wife off the top of his head to keep her from going to work. It wasn't meeant to be an actual song on IBD, but the producers liked it.
anonymous Jul 1st 2006 report
The song is about a girl that he loves and just wants to spend time with her cause they never have time together... It hasn't nothing to with some analagie to life or some bullshit like that... If you listen to the words its obvious
anonymous Jul 1st 2006 report
Well, Jack and his girlfriend have been really busy and he misses her so he convinces her to stay home and not answer the phone and he will make her banana pancakes like he would do on the weekend to make the day feel like it really is a weekend so she will relax
anonymous Jun 14th 2006 report
Too many people are on a schedule and fall into the hectic Western norms. People need to remember to live it up. I agree with everyone except the first fool. May the wind be at your back and the sun upon your face! LIVE IT.
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