There’s the smell in the air, rubbbed from an ad in a magazine
There’s that lust in my eyes their hearts light up like TV screens

June is busting out all over
June is busting out all over

How could you look the way you do when we can do so much for you
A drug for eyes, a drug for hips, a drug to give you sweeter lips to kiss

A screw, a pull, a twist, the drug that makes you prettiest

June is busting out all over
June is busting out all over

It’s sad but true, you’ll be ignored - Unless you have a credit card
Imagine life fulfilled and fun you could be a model or just feel like one
Girls, the men are playing court, to us, girls are playing everything they ought
Because we’re beautifiers, face-destroyers, aunts, mothers, sisters, daughters
Buy it use it, feel it, let it, If you don’t, you’re ugly sad and tragic

An 85 step diet plan - You need to try to please that man
Your finger nails are red like claws - but it’s not for a worthy cause because

It’s june and busting out all over
June is busting out all over

The pain’s not bad, It’s something like a wet electric shock
But he’s your fella, And you love him
And all the rest is talk


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    General CommentTo quote Amanda:

    my first real public appearance as a songwriter was in the high school auditorium as the intermission act of the Rogers and Hammerstein muscial "Carousel". I had written a parody/protest song inspired by the production called "June is Busting Out all Over" and the director, Steve Bogart (who was, for the record, directing this schlock against his will) asked me to perform it. it was well received.
    ThroughYourEmpathyon July 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe last two lines ("But he’s your fella, And you love him/And all the rest is talk ") is from "What's the Use of Wond'rin'?", another song from "Carousel". Amanada wrote this in high school as a protest against the musical. She recorded a great cover of "What's the Use.." for WKAP, which really brings out it's horrible theme of accepting domestic abuse.
    OAMMon December 25, 2008   Link

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