So Small

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We all start out small, then we get big. This song was originally performed by Mr. Hoo's old band, Hummingfish. The original song was written by Hummingfish and Deb Talan, with updated lyrics for this version by Mr. Hoo.

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Once, I was so small
You could breathe me in like a speck of dust
And once, I was so small
I could fit into your sock, I could sit inside your pocket
And once, I was so small
I could float in the palm of your hand

Now I am big, even though I was once a kid
You'll be big too, bigger than 4 foot 2
We all grow grow grow from our head down to our toes
You're growing now I don't know how
Makes my head spin now let's all sing wow

Wow, wow, wow, woooooooow

Once, you were so small
I could drink you down like a grain of sand
And once, you were so small
You could swim in a single drop of rain
And once, you were so small
You could float in the palm of my hand

Now you are big, even though you are still a kid
You'll grow even more, bigger than 4 foot 4
We all grow grow grow from our feet up to our nose
You're growing now I don't know how
Makes my head spin now let's all sing wow

Wow, wow, wow, woooooooow

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from Rock, released December 24, 2010
Mr. E: Vocals, wows
Mr. Hoo: Vocals, wows, guitars, keyboards, loops

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The Alphabeticians Portland, Oregon

Self made millionaires seeking out vigilante justice from a cave? No. Huge, scary, reptilian beasts from an ancient time? No. Space travelers from the other side of the universe trapped here because their ship ran out of fuel? Maybe, but no. Then who, or more precisely, what are The Alphabeticians? They are 2 guys (Mr. Hoo & Mr. E) who love playing quirky, funny, upbeat songs for kids & families. ... more

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