Big Round World
Omar Lyrics


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Everybody's talkin' bout the clothes you wear Your real tight skirt and the way you wear your hair That don't bother me, just let the people talk You got the wiggle, honey, you've got the walk

I don't want nobody in the big round world but you I don't need nobody in the big round world but you There ain't no other woman that can do the doo like you

You've got the looks, baby, you've got the style That makes the women jealous makes the men go wild I love to hear you talk when you talk that baby talk You've got the wiggle, honey, you've got the walk

I don't want nobody in the big round world but you I don't need me nobody in the big round world but you There ain't no other woman that can do the doo like you Wiggle, walk, talk! Play your harmonica!
I don't know what you've got but I keep comin' back for more I'm like a bug-eyed boy peepin' in the candy store I love to hear you talk when you talk that baby talk You've got the wiggle. You've got the walk





I don't want nobody in the big round world but you I don't need nobody in the big round world but you There ain't no other woman that can do the doo like you

Overall Meaning

In the first verse of the song "Big Round World" by Omar, the lyrics describe how people around the singer are talking about the way a particular woman dresses and styles her hair. Despite the chatter, the singer is not bothered by it and acknowledges the woman's confidence and allure. The lyrics emphasize the woman's physical presence and charisma, portraying her as someone who attracts attention effortlessly with her confident strut and style.


Moving into the second verse, the singer expresses a deep devotion to this woman, declaring that they do not want or need anybody else in the world but her. The repetition of the line "I don't want nobody in the big round world but you" reinforces the singer's singular focus on this woman. The mention of her unique ability to captivate and enchant sets her apart from others, implying that she possesses qualities that make her irreplaceable in the singer's eyes.


The third verse of the song continues to praise the woman, highlighting her physical beauty and magnetic presence that evokes jealousy among other women and admiration from men. The singer is enamored by her every word, especially when she speaks in a charming and playful manner. The lyrics convey a sense of infatuation and admiration for the woman's overall demeanor and appeal, reinforcing the idea that she is truly special and mesmerizing.


In the final verse, the singer admits to being irresistibly drawn to this woman, likening their attraction to a child eagerly peering into a candy store. The mention of the harmonica adds a playful and musical element to the lyrics, perhaps symbolizing the joy and excitement that the woman brings into the singer's life. The repeated assertion that there is no other woman who can compare to her emphasizes the singer's deep affection and appreciation for her unique qualities. Overall, the lyrics of "Big Round World" by Omar express a profound admiration and adoration for a woman who stands out in the singer's world as a singular and exceptional presence.




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Written by: Kent Dykes

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