Babydoll

Album: The Babydoll EP (2004)
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  • Though Kay usually writes from other people's perspectives, this song, which is about the relationship between herself and her mother and her relationship with her daughter, is more autobiographical. The line, "Deget, degat, degur" is something her daughter Zoe said as a small child. >>
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    Daniel - Durango, CO

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