Ween: Push th' Little Daisies Meaning
Song Released: 1992
Push th' Little Daisies Lyrics
And if you're true, the whole wide world will laugh with you
When we see nothing's wrong with you and me
Time will tell, it might even bring a wedding bell
If you think that I'm a loser
anonymous Aug 21st, 2014 8:21am report
Nipples. The song is about erecting nipples. Thats it.
anonymous May 27th, 5:12pm report
Duh! It's a damn love song, Matt! He says if ur not honest and true there's no reason for a relationship and if 'u think I'm a loser, well u suck! Cuz I'm a user... of ur love! Push the little daisies and let the love grow!'
anonymous Apr 5th, 4:17pm report
As is clearly demonstrated in the lyrics;
"world you's the girl" &
"flack yeah It's all"
this super catchy tune with it's, soothing vocal track(known throughout the solar system for the unnatural, relaxing effect it has on polar bears, female tortoises, and latino infants)is about the author's favorite childhood rent-to-own candy store, which catered to lower income clientele by offering terms such as; "30 days, same-as-'rubberduck' ", and their patented "no purchase necessary soul-barter" plan.
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anonymous Sep 29th, 2014 9:34pm report
Seriously? Watch the video guys. Push the flowers in and the shrooms will grow. This song is about shroomin
anonymous Mar 28th, 2012 3:14pm report
Death... Metaphorically speaking or just physically. As one of their upbeat songs, it seems to be about having a crush on a girl. But what about the chorus?: “Push th’ little daisies and make ’em come up?” The song’s main character can only find true love when he and his mate are both six feet under.
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