We've been kicking it for a while
Kicking what? A ball? Some other item? She doesn't specify what "it" is.
Submitted by: Stu L. Pigeon
It'd hold eight kids and four hound dogs and the piggy we stole from the shed
Never got much sleep but we had a lot of fun on Grandma's feather bed
Why would he be singing about a bed that belonged to his grandmother?
Submitted by: Tag
Remember how we dreamed?
Remember how we screamed?
The vegetables were steamed?
The people that we seemed to know.
A lot of the stuff in this verse aren't even related to one another so that's what makes it funny!
Submitted by: Celeste
30 years in the same location, I have stayed.
Ironic, considering he was less than 30 years old (i.e., still in his mid-20s) when he wrote and recorded this parody in 1984. He didn't turn 30 until 1989.
Submitted by: Liza Lott
Big Green Monkey, everyone's a junkie
This might also be nonsensical; it makes you wonder what this guy was smoking when he wrote it.
Submitted by: Albert K.
All... 4... Love
Toward the middle of the song, when they "draw out" the title. Even though the title appears regularly in the chorus section, meaning "all for love", I am stressing this particular part of the song since the title seems to be by itself here. The reason it sorta stands out is that it could mean "all 4 (people) love" (with love being a verb) -- a potential 'hidden' meaning -- rather than "all for (preposition) love (noun)", which is likely the intended meaning, as implied in the chorus, where it appears at the end of various phrases ("...do it all for love"). I'm placing it here because there is really no other section that it could go in.
Submitted by: Quyjibo
Say, has anyone ever told you you've got Yugoslavian hands?
No, of course not, that would be stupid.
Submitted by: Brian Kelly
Chop your breakfast on a mirror
Strange eating behavior; normally you use dishes to place your food on.
Submitted by: Tom Foolery
Jump for my love
Jump in, and feel my touch
I hope they don't mean what I think they do
Submitted by: Russ
Ooh yeah, dirtbag
Sounds like a tribute, doesn't it? (I suppose this line could also go in the Insulting section.)
Submitted by: Dutch_Justine