"Lucy At The Gym" as written by and Robin Eaton Jill Sobule....
Lucy at the gym
She's there every time I go,
And I don't go that often, so she must live at the gym
I stare at her ribs they show through the spandex
Her little legs are working, she's going somewhere
She's climbing up the stairs
And when she reaches the top her dreams will be there

Lucy at the gym
Lucy on the scale for the third time
Through thick and thin, Lucy's at the gym
She's staring at the clock and like the 2nd hand she never stops
She's Lucy at the gym

When she takes a shower, after all the hours
Does she have a place to go
Is there someone waiting
Or is Lucy all alone

I'm at the gym and Lucy's not there
It's got me kinda worried so I imagine the worst
She's made it up to heaven
And when she met her maker, he said "come right in"
"I'll show you around the gym"
"Everyone's beautiful and thin"
"And here there's no sin,
And your life can begin
Lucy at the gym"


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"Lucy at the Gym" as written by Robin Eaton Jill Sobule

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    General CommentThis song is about a girl called Lucy who is so often at the gym that she basicly live there. She have anorexia and is so skinny that her ribbs show through her topp. She work out really hard and thinks that if she only loose som more pounds she'll be happy. In the end Lucy dies from he ED and ends up in heven where she meet God. He shows here around on the gym up there where she can work out forever.

    Poor Lucy

    Sad but weird.......
    alice_in_wonderlandon April 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentOn Jill Sobule's website (jillsobule.com), there are "images behind the music". "Lucy at the Gym" is one of the five songs with pictures.
    FlameOfSarrowon January 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. It is pretty sad too. It is about a girl with an eating disorder and how she would go to the gym all the time to attempt to lose weight. At the end, she loses more than weight, but her very own life.
    littlegirlhebon December 22, 2006   Link

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