"Mrs. Rosenthal" as written by and Joe Firstman Brian Wright....

Me and Mrs. Rosenthal
We rarely wear no clothes
Well, she calls me up, but not to talk
I think I’ll go and see her tomorrow

When’s she’s drinking in the afternoon
Like she ain’t got a thing to do
Well she told me she’s from Baton Rouge
She singing like the Queen of Virginia

She good for me like medicine
She say her momma’s Mexican
Well, I hope she wear that dress again
I swear at times I can see right through it

She say she like the way I talk
She crazy ‘bout my lazy drawl
She say it mixes well with alcohol
Baby can I get ya,
Honey let me get ya
Darlin’ let me fix ya up good

That’s why I’m singing to ya

Me and Mrs. Rosenthal…

She wears me out
In the finest way
She making sure my spine is straight
I’m singing pardon me you highness
Little darling how’d you get so good, so good, so good
That’s why I’m singing to ya

Me and Mrs. Rosenthal…


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