Swing in this tree Oh I am bounce around so well Branch to branch, Limb to limb you see All in a day's dream I'm stuck Like the other monkeys here I am a humble monkey Sitting up in here again But then came the day I climbed out of these safe limbs Ventured away Walking tall, head high up and singing I went to the city Car horns, corners and the gritty Now I am the proudest monkey you've ever seen Monkey see, monkey do
Then comes the day Staring at myself I turn to question me I wonder do I want the simple, simple life that I once lived in well Oh things were quiet then In a way they were the better days But now I am the proudest monkey you've ever seen Monkey see, monkey do Monkey see, monkey do
Writer/s: BOYD C. TINSLEY, CARTER A. BEAUFORD, DAVID JOHN MATTHEWS, HAINES FULLERTON, STEFAN K. LESSARD
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Pat from Columbus, InHere is the deal, Carter wrote this song and it is good.
Bryan from Syracuse, NyThis is one of the best Dave Matthews Songs. He is an amazing song writer, this song is about growing up and moving on to bigger and better things. The idea of Maturity and "going to the city" is amazing. Love it!
Matt from Chicago, Il"I am a humble monkey" ---> "I went to the city ... Now I am the proudest monkey"
Pat from East Hanover, NjThis song is written about himself, and his slow but steady rise to fame. Now he is the proudest monkey, you'l ever see. Excellent song. A great song to just unwind and relax to. -thanks
Joshua from Cincinnati, Ohthis song is about growing inti your own self and transformation
Locke from Blacksburg, VaThis song rocks!!!! It is def. one of my favorite DMB songs
The Naughty by Nature hit "O.P.P." doesn't have any curse words, but many oversensitive radio stations played a "clean" version with the word "kitten" edited out, surely the first time that word was censured.