The White Stripes Hardest Button To Button Lyrics

Artist: The White Stripes
Popularity : 1944 users have visited this page.
Length: 3:32
Writer(s): Jack White
Released: December 9, 2003
Label: XL Recordings
Recorded: April 2003
Format: CD, 7"
Producer(s): Jack White
Genre: Garage rock
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We started living in an old house
My ma gave birth and we were checking it out
It was a baby boy
So we bought him a toy
It was a ray gun
And it was 1981
We named him Baby
He had a toothache
He started crying
It sounded like an earthquake
It didnt last long
Because I stopped it
I grabbed a rag doll
And stuck some little pins in it
Now were a family
And were alright now
We got money and a little place
To fight now
We dont know you
And we dont owe you
But if you see us around
I got something else to show you
Now its easy when you dont know better
You think its sleazy?
Then put it in a short letter
We keep warm
But theres just something wrong when you
Just feel like youre the hardest little button
To button
I had opinions
That didnt matter
I had a brain
That felt like pancake batter
I got a backyard
With nothing in it
Except a stick
A dog
And a box with something in it

The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button uh oh
The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button uh oh
The hardest button to button

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The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button
The hardest button to button uh oh

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