Queenie Was A Blonde lyrics

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Queenie Was A Blonde lyrics

Queenie Was A Blonde

Queenie:
Queenie was a blonde,
And her age stood still,
And she danced twice a day
In vaudeville.
Queenie was a blonde,
And if looks could kill,
She would kille twice a day,
In vaudeville.
She had grey eyes,
Lips like coals aglow.
And her face was a tinted
mask of snow.
With those shoulders,
What a back she had.
Her legs were built to drive men crazy.

And she did.

She would skid.

Men:
She had grey eyes,
Lips like coals aglow.
And her face was a tinted
mask of snow.

Queenie:
With those shoulders,
What a back she had.
Her legs were built to drive men --

Men:
Her legs were built...
Her legs were built to drive men --

Queenie:
Mad.
But how was she to love them?
There were far too many of them.

Men:
She never got tired
of the men she desired.
She never inquired of the men
she desired.

Men:
She never
got tired
of the men
she desired

Queenie:
One is simple

Men:
She never
inquired of the
men she desired.

Queenie:
Two is good

Men:
She never
Got tired of
The men she
desired.

Queenie:
Three is better.

Men:
She never
inquired of the
men she desired.
Four?

Queenie:
Now, you're knocking on wood.
Well, I adore men.

Men:
She never inquired
of the men she desired
Of their status or their wealth,
They were all in perfect health.

Queenie:
True so true

Men:
Queenie was
a blonde and her
age stood still.

Queenie:
And Queenie
knew

Men:
True,
She knew.

Queenie & Men:
That she liked her lovers violent.
And she likes her lovers vicious.
But until she found the one man
Who could answer all her wishes

Men:
Queenie was sexually ambitious.
Capricious.

Queenie:
So delicious.

Burrs:
Are you ready to laugh?
Are you ready to smile?
Are you ready to sing?
and dance for a while?
Before too long
she's meet a man named Burrs.
A handsome devil with a life like hers
A clown

Women:
A clown,

Burrs:
Of some renown.

Women:
A clown of
some renown.

Burrs:
Well-known

Men:
Well-known

Burrs:
All over town

Men:
Well-known
all over town.

Burrs:
He could
make 'em laugh

All:
Ha!

Burrs:
Bend their ribs in half

All:
Ho! Ho!

Burrs:
He was master of his work
He could give 'em Hell
just one sentimental smirk
And the house might yell:

Ensemble:
Uproarious!
Glorious!
Burrs!
Burrs!
Burrs!

Burrs:
Oh, yes,
They shouted out his name
Proclaiming he was grand

Girls:
Burrsie, Burrsie

Burrs:
And yes
He played
the girlie game
But behind
the scenes:

Girls:
He was mean
and rough

Burrs:
He was mean
and rough

Girls:
He was made
of vile and violent
stuff

Burrs:
They likes him
tough.

Girls:
Get in his way
And he would
run you down

Burrs:
He was a very scary clown!
He didn't want to be bad. He was
bored. He was sore. He was dying
for me.

Ensemble:
Queenie

Burrs:
Where was she?

Ensemble:
Queenie

Burrs:
That special firl who could take him
over the top?
One day he'd find her...

Ensemble:
Until she found the one man

Burrs:
One day, you bet

Ensemble:
Who could andwer all her wishes

Burrs:
One day she'll just appear

Burrs & Ensemble
One day

Queenie:
Then one day they met

Burrs:
And fireworks flew.

Queenie:
Her passion ignited
She was smitten

Burrs:
His colors shone through
He'd met his match

Queenie, Burrs, & Ensemble:
They knew what to do

Queenie & Burrs:
I found you

Ensemble:
They said

Queenie & Burrs:
Now Queenie and Burrs
were well-fed

Ensemble:
For the one thing that
they had in common
The one thing that
They had in common
(Burrs and Queenie!)
Was the fact they were
so good in bed!
So, now you know
A fascinating woman
A fascinating lover
A fascinating couple
As
They
Go!
Last Update: January, 10th 2014


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