Tighty-Whitie Deep Sea Divers


Words by Mark L Berry & Christopher Madden
Music by Christopher Madden & Malakai Madden
Recorded at the Saugituck Bigfoot Research Center (SBRC)
Performed by:
Malakai Madden & Christopher Madden – Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar


Tighty-Whitie Deep Sea Divers

I remember my first brother in a white christening gown
It’s the first memory I had, but then he wasn’t around
The baby sitter told me he’s gone home to the sky
I didn’t understand it and I didn’t know why

A year has gone and I’m at my friends to play
And we’re on an ocean expedition today
We’ll swim right down to the bottom of the sea
All hands on deck come diving now with me

We’re deep sea divers
We’re deep sea divers
I don’t know where my dad is but he took my mother
And they left me here to play while they made me a new brother
We’re deep sea divers

These aren’t just tighty-whities that I’m wearing on my head
I was peaking out a leg-hole and jumping on the bed
Our cotton diving helmets let us breath under the sea
Jump off the bed into the shaggy green sea

(Chorus)
We’re deep sea divers
Tighty-Whitie Deep Sea Divers
I don’t know where my dad is but he took my mother
And the left me here to play while they made me a new brother
Yes, We’re deep sea divers

Then my mom walked in the room with a blanket in her arms
We were bouncing on the bed and sounding the ship’s alarms
Here’s the treasure that you’re diving for, my dad said to me
Welcome your new baby brother. We named him Timothy

We’re deep sea divers
Tighty-Whitie Deep Sea Divers
We’re diving to the bottom of the shag rug so green
And the bathtub is a bubble bath machine
We named the bed Calypso, it’s a Yellow Submarine
We’re a deep sea divers

© 2009-2010 by Mark L Berry & Christopher Madden