::Taffy (song)


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"Taffy" is a song written and sung by Lisa Loeb. The song was recorded in 1995. It is featured on her album Tails, and her 2006 greatest hits album, The Very Best of Lisa Loeb.

It is about a boyfriend who always lies: the expression is saying that he likes to stretch the truth, which is basically lying.

Although the song was not a very successful single, it was moderately successful on radio. It peaked at #6 on U.S Billboard Bubbling Under The Hot 100 in early 1996, and the single's video was popular on VH1 and MTV. The song charted in the New Zealand RIANZ Top 40 at #39.

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