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Jack Johnson: Bubble Toes Meaning

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It's as simple as something that nobody knows that her eyes are as big
as her bubbly toes
on the feet of a queen of the hearts of the cards and her feet are all
covered with tar balls and scars
It's as common as something that nobody knows...

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    anonymous
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    Jun 8th, 2017 6:53am report


    tar balls are oil seeps that most surfers get on their feet so he would be referring to walking on the beach and seeing as he used to surf professionally he would have had this happen. he is talking about how he met his wife Kim at the DLG at the University of California, Santa Barbra.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 25th, 2014 6:03pm report


    This one is easy. Jack went to UCSB where the beach has a lot of "tar balls" from natural oil seeps. Most surfers get these on their feet on occasion. Jack is apparently describing his wife's cute toes and his walks on the beach together. Not sure about the reference to "scars".



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    anonymous
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    Mar 30th, 2007 3:11pm report


    bubble toes was my first and favorite jack johnson song. I don't know where but somewhere I heard that the bubble toes are about kim having tar balls stuck underneath because they were on the beach. This might be complete bullshit, too... no idea.

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    anonymous
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    Oct 26th, 2005 10:30pm report


    Bubble toes is about Jack Johnson's wife and how he met her in college. The Bubble toes refers to his wifes big toes that he makes fun of.




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