Big Ass Heart is an original song featured in Original Song, the sixteenth episode of Season Two. It is written and performed by Puck for Lauren.
After being forbidden to sing My Chemical Romance's SING, Rachel suggests that they write original music for Regionals, and Will assigns them with the task of writing original songs after Quinn agrees with Rachel. Puck says he feels the song could make up for his offensive performance of Fat Bottomed Girls in Silly Love Songs, the twelfth episode of Season Two, which had hurt Lauren's feelings. However, Lauren appears to enjoy the song, as she is seen laughing and dancing around in her chair while Puck is singing to her.
This song was made available for purchase on iTunes for the price of 69 cents, the studio version, however, was the same as the version on the episode unlike other Glee songs covered, most are sung for a short length on the show rather than the same length as the Studio Versions.
My girl went to the doctor cause her heart had palpitations
He said cut the carbs, or else she'd end up pushing up carnations
She stepped up on the scale and the doctor said, "Oh Lordy"
If you don't drop a few girl, you won't make it past age forty
My girl said, "Hey lookie, on that fancy x-ray chart"
Said the doctor, "Holy hell that's one G.D. big ass heart"
I'm telling you my friend, my girl's got a big ass heart
When she shops for groceries that heart gets its own damn cart
That big ass heart can pump two tons of love through her chest
And then sit down and win a lovin' pie-eating contest
I love that big ass heart so much I think it isn't fair
Like how your heart won't pay me back for breaking all my chairs
So sick with love I think I'm coming down with rickets
When that big ass heart flies coach it has to pay for two plane tickets
Oh, that big ass heart
Oh, that big ass heart
When Puck sings "pay for two plane tickets" he holds up three fingers. While this could be seen as an error, it could also just be an irrelevant action, not a representation of the number two.
The song was written by music producer Adam Anders and co-creator, Ian Brennan.
Though originally unintended, Big Ass Heart was released on iTunes due to popular demand, along withTrouty Mouth