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Gigantic


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Guitar Tab: http://www.frankblack.net/tabs/pixies.asp?song=sr-gigantic

Lyrics:
And this I know
His teeth as white as snow
What a gas it was to see him
Walk her every day
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 they are
What a big black mask
What a hunk of love
He'd walk her every day into a shady place
He's like the dark but Id 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


Quotes:
"A good chord progression, very Lou-Reed influenced. I'd had the word 'gigantic' in my mind just because the chord progression seemed very big to me."
- Frank in Select, October 1987


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