Song lyrics for adult babies/teen babies

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:bunny: I haven't seen a thread like this and due to my interest in music and song lyrics think it might be a lot of fun for us.

Several years back a girlfriend came into my bedroom and saw a pacifier on my night stand - she asked what that was for. Without thinking I started singing "...just my 'magination, running away with me. It was just my 'magination, running away with me."(Temptations). It relieved the tension any way. Lately I've been thing about older rock and roll and pop songs with lyrics that apply to us:

Daddy's Home, There Goes My Baby(The Drifters), Baby, Baby Walking Through the Forest(Amy Grant) just to name a few.

I did a google search this morning and found current (Hip hop) songs that I weren't as familiar to me that had interesting lyrics in this vein:

My Little Baby Girl's Shoes

So here goes, we'll see where this thread goes. :bunny:
 
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In Love today by MIKA there are lyrics that say

Girl dresses like a kid for fun


yeah.... doesn't this just go with the AB/Dl in poular culture?
 
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The first time I ever heard the All American Rejects song "Dirty Little Secret," I immediately thought of diapers.

"when we live such fragile lives
it's the best way we survive
I go around a time or two
just to waste my time with you
tell me all that you've thrown away
find out games you don't want to play"

And when my "daddy" left me (several years ago), I thought of Coheed and Cambria's "Welcome Home":
"you choked off the surest of favors
but if you really loved me
you would've endured my world"

I am sure there must be tons more with direct or indirect AB/TB implications. I'll have to keep an ear out.
 

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Well considering the only songs I know about diapers or anything relating to this stuff are "comedic" and bad I really don't have anything to say.
 
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And when my "daddy" left me (several years ago), I thought of Coheed and Cambria's "Welcome Home":


I can't see/hear that song without seeing the rock band drum patterns rolling down on the inside of my eyelids. It's a rockin' beat too.

My other contribution, try looking up "Airport song" by Guster. The great majority of the lyrics could be applied to a daddy/littleone relationship, especially the chorus.

"Let me take you from this place, you'll be better off this way.
I will keep you warm and safe, you'll be better off this way.
You'll learn to love the price you've paid. Trust me dear, you're better off this way"
 

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suck, suck your teenage thumb
toilet-trained and dumb
when the power runs out, we'll just hum

from radiohead -- my iron lung. those lyrics astonish me! it seems like a direct reference to TBism. has anyone else ever wondered about that line?
 

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The song I first thought of was Ushers "love in this club"

"Come here baby and let daddy show you what it feels like"
 

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Tears for Fears' "Advice for the Young at Heart" seems almost aimed at infantilists. >_>

Too many people
Living in a secret world
While they play mothers and fathers
We play little boys and girls
 

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What about that 80s song--I think it was called 'Take me home tonight'--with the 'be my little baby' line? Does it get any more obvious?

I've always wondered what's behind the blatant use of the word 'baby' in the romantic vernacular (at least in the US)...seriously, if most of us go around using the word in such a way, why are ab/dls considered odd?
 

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Field of Innocence by Evanescence.

I still remember the world
From the eyes of a child
Slowly those feelings
Were clouded by what I know now

Where has my heart gone?
An uneven trade for the real world
Oh I, I want to go back to
Believing in everything and knowing nothing at all

I still remember the sun
Always warm on my back
Somehow,it seems colder now

Where has my heart gone?
Trapped in the eyes of a stranger
Oh I, I want to go back to
Believing in everything

[Latin hymn:]
Iesu, Rex admirabilis
et triumphator nobilis,
dulcedo ineffabilis,
totus desiderabilis.

[Translation:]
O Jesus, King most wonderful
the conqueror renowned
the sweetness most ineffable,
entirely desirable.

[Man:]
"As the years pass by
Before my face,
As wars rage before me,
Finding myself
In these last days of existence,
This parasite inside me,
I forced it out.
In the darkness of the storm
Lies an evil,
But it's me."

Where has my heart gone?
An uneven trade for the real world
Oh I, I want to go back to
Believing in everything

Oh where, where has my heart gone
Trapped in the eyes of a stranger
Oh I, I want to go back to
Believing in everything

I still remember.
 

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[font="Calibri,Arial"]Very appropriate for me as no-one in RL knows of my TBism.

Let me know that I've done wrong
When I've known this all along
I go around a time or two
Just to waste my time with you

Tell me all that you've thrown away
Find out games you don't wanna play
You are the only one that needs to know

I'll keep you my dirty little secret
(Dirty little secret)
Don't tell anyone or you'll be just another regret
(Just another regret, hope that you can keep it)
My dirty little secret

Who has to know
When we live such fragile lives
It's the best way we survive
I go around a time or two
Just to waste my time with you

Tell me all that you've thrown away
Find out games you don't wanna play
You are the only one that needs to know

I'll keep you my dirty little secret
(Dirty little secret)
Don't tell anyone or you'll be just another regret
(Just another regret, hope that you can keep it)
My dirty little secret

Who has to know
The way she feels inside (inside)
Those thoughts I can't deny (deny)
These sleeping thoughts won't lie (won't lie)
And all I've tried to hide
It's eating me apart
Trace this life out

I'll keep you my dirty little secret
(Dirty little secret)
Don't tell anyone or you'll be just another regret
(Just another regret)

I'll keep you my dirty little secret
(Dirty little secret)
Don't tell anyone or you'll be just another regret
(Just another regret, hope that you can keep it)
My dirty little secret
Dirty little secret
Dirty little secret

Who has to know
Who has to know
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Well, the only song that comes to mind is NOFX's "Regaining Unconsciousness". Not that it really makes TB/AB stuff seem like a good thing in any way, but it's obviously not about that:

So go back to your crib and suck on a tit
go bask in the warmth of your diaper.
You're sitting in shit and piss
while sucking a giant pacifier,
a country of adult infants.
A legion of mental midgets,
a country of adult infants,
a country of adult infants.
all regaining their unconsciousness
 

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suck, suck your teenage thumb
toilet-trained and dumb
when the power runs out, we'll just hum

from radiohead -- my iron lung. those lyrics astonish me! it seems like a direct reference to TBism. has anyone else ever wondered about that line?

Never noticed it. I need to listen to the Bends again now. Not that that is a bad thing. However, with Radiohead lyrics, I doubt that the 'obvious' meaning is the one that is intended. Then again, if it were, that'd be cool. Thom Yorke amongst us. That'd be too crazy.


PadDaBrat said:
So go back to your crib and suck on a tit
go bask in the warmth of your diaper.
You're sitting in shit and piss
while sucking a giant pacifier,
a country of adult infants.
A legion of mental midgets,
a country of adult infants,
a country of adult infants.
all regaining their unconsciousness

Obviously not. Though deliciously barbed, though not as subtle as my usual tastes. Thank you for those lyrics. I enjoyed them.
 
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Well, one of my favorite bands makes reference to something interesting. I never actually realized it but...here it goes...

Brand New- Luca

"When I disappear, do you fear for the sister I took?
When I disappear, it is clear I am up to no good
I am drearily blunt, letting this bed wetting cosmonaut
"Son, the last thing you'll realize
you need is what you've already got""

I am not sure what the lyrics really mean just yet, but I like to always guess.

FullMetal
 

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[font="Calibri,Arial"]Very appropriate for me as no-one in RL knows of my TBism.
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I always thought that song "Dirty little secret" was about whores or something to do with having sexual relations with someone and saying "Don't tell anyone."
 
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I always thought that song "Dirty little secret" was about whores or something to do with having sexual relations with someone and saying "Don't tell anyone."

I don't think its about whores.
I think it was written about like friends with benefits and stuff. People who you just hook up with and that's all you do with them.
But I agree, when I hear the song, I think about ABDL :p
 

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I always think of being ABDL, specifically telling a lover about it, when I hear "Iris" by the GooGoo Dolls
 

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suck, suck your teenage thumb
toilet-trained and dumb
when the power runs out, we'll just hum

from radiohead -- my iron lung. those lyrics astonish me! it seems like a direct reference to TBism. has anyone else ever wondered about that line?

Yes, I have definitely noticed that lyric every time I listen to the Bends (frequently). It certainly is an interesting one from a TB perspective. In the Beatles song "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" they also mention thumb-sucking, though it is very short and definitely not a reference to infantilism.
 
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