One of those blonde ladies had a certain hold on me.
I went to all her seminars by the Airport in the Double Tree.
I even let her use nephew's sea plane in the Bahamas for free.

But she means nothing to me now.
I tell myself that everyday:
She means nothing to me now.
I tell myself every single day.
I'm quite convinced I escaped her sway.

I burned all my clothes with eucalyptus juice;
Ripped out the floors and painted all the platforms puce;
And I went so far as to sacrifice a second snake to Zeus,

So she means nothing to me now.
I tell myself that everyday:
She means nothing to me now.
I tell myself every single day.
I'm still convinced I escaped her sway.

But when she mopes in the moonlight on her mesa in March,
Does she kick up a thunderstorm
When she thinks of my betrayal?

She means nothing to me now,
(Whistle).


Lyrics submitted by Spacecow

Ex-Guru song meanings
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    General CommentI adore this song. I think it's pretty straightforward, but I love it all the same.
    jeisenbeon November 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is hilarious! Look for the David Byrne cover version, he adds an extra verse.
    DevastatorJr.on December 03, 2009   Link

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