Set my alarm to wake me at eleven,
The sun was shining in my face when I awoken.
My mom yelled at me that my friend was here at seven,
I just rolled over, prayed that I was dreaming.
I knew I wasn't when my dog bit me on my nose, (Woof woof!)
Crawled out of bed, slipped and fell down on my head.
I ran downstairs, saw my friend was standing there,
Looked in the mirror, saw my hair was everywhere.

You talk talk, you talk about the future,
You think that it is funny if they've got no brain.
It doesn't matter if they've got no hair,
Doesn't matter if they look like yarn.

Look like yarn.
Look like yarn.

Oh, Lynette! I thought we had a deal?
You cut your hair and I go out with you.
You didn't cut your hair!
I'm gonna go out with my grandmother.
She's dead, Lynette, I'm gonna dig her up and go out with her.
Go! I'm outta here!

You talk talk, you talk about the future,
You think that it is funny if they've got no brain.
It doesn't matter if they've got no hair,
Doesn't matter if they look like yarn.

Look like yarn.
Look like yarn.

Went back upstairs and looked into my mirror,
In my reflection, I saw it so much clearer.
I didn't know that I was so ugly,
If it was dark in Central Park no one would even mug me.

You talk talk, you talk about the future,
You think that it is funny if they've got no brain.
It doesn't matter if they've got no hair,
Doesn't matter if they look like yarn.

Look like yarn.
Look like yarn.


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    General CommentI'm pretty certain the lyric isn't "look like yarn", but I can't figure out what it is, either.
    Skibz777on September 06, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt should be noted - for anyone else wanting to figure out the "secret" lyric - that the original title of this song on SP's demo tape was "My Hair (Look Like Dahn)".
    Skibz777on September 14, 2010   Link

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