"Laugh You Out The House" as written by and Tracey Anne Thorn....
Laugh you out the house
Don't show your tears, boy,
Or they'll laugh you out of the house.
You've got to be a man,
Now anything less is just not allowed.
Don't keep it quiet, girl,
Don't rest until,
They come around to your way of thinking,
Soon enough they will.
With all of this talk of love
Where you never know
It's too undignified and
Much too close,
Much too close to home.
It's no way to live
Well you may be right, but I don't like your alternative
In times like these they sort the boys out from the men from the men
And down here with the girls is where I end up again end up again
And all this talk of love, that's something you never know
It's too undignified and much
Should I say well done
It turned out to be cruel
But I always rejoice to see us win some round from other boys.
And all this talk of love
It's too undignified and
Much too close,
It's much too close,
Much too close,
It's much too close to home.

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"Laugh You Out the House" as written by Tracey Anne Thorn

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    General CommentI think this is at least partly a jab from girls to boys on how they can show strength (emotionally) and weakness (crying) at the same time.
    alonesebon November 24, 2004   Link

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