Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber

Story Behind The Song

Two brothers who aren't as the appear. The old saying "Never judge a book by it's cover" comes into play in this story. Two seemingly dimwitted brothers turn out to be the types of people with moral characteritics more people should pay heed to.

Song Description

A mellow and dreamy classic rock song with lyrics with a lesson behind them. Guitar and light piano/keyboard carries the lyrics in a smooth and rocking rhythm.

Song Length 2:55 Genre Folk - Rock, Rock - Classic
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Mood Peaceful, Content Subject Happiness, General
Similar Artists Laurie Anderson, Joan Baez Language English
Era 1970 - 1979


Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber
You'd think I'd feel sorry for their mother
One is not too bright
The other one's dumb as rocks
But all's not lost
On them

A scientist and a plumber
Those are two things
They'll never be
They most likely won't
Go down in history
For anything

But Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber
Two nicer guys you'll never find
They're the epitome of kind
And that's a lot
That's a lot

Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber
Infinite kindness
From summer to summer
And for no reason
They'd do anything
For anyone
At all


Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber
We could learn a lesson or two from them
How to be the perfect friend
And to love one another
Like those two brothers
Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber

Lyrics Heather Edwards Music Heather Edwards
Producer Richie Goods Publisher Heather Edwards
Performance Heather Edwards, Richie Goods
This track is on 3 Member Playlists
Playlist Creator Playlist Name Date Added
Ionut Mirel Udrea Best Rock 4/15/2015
Ionut Mirel Udrea Best Folk 4/15/2015
Nick Fuse Like Minds 8/29/2011
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