I will be a better mother
I will be a better wife
I will submit to my husband
But I lead a double life
In my head, and in my heart
Give me credit; I’m just playing a part

But he’s gonna want me when I’m famous
He’s gonna want me when I’m gold
He’s gonna want me when I make it
But I will be, I will be sold out

My children will call me a blessing
From the day they can talk
I’ll always have my wedding ring
But most times I won’t have it on

I take every chance
To run my errands alone
I stay out as long as I can
Until I am called to come home
And clean up, put the kids down
Plan to make love, though he’s nowhere around

But he’s gonna want me when I’m famous
He’s gonna want me when I’m gold
He’s gonna want me when I make it
But I will be, I will be sold out

So I turn on the stove
And I let the cat out
The carrots are boiling over
As I bow to my secret crowd
Cheering for me, and the way I perform
I want to thank the Academy
For all their support

He’s gonna want me when I’m famous
He’s gonna want me when I’m gold
He’s gonna want me when I make it
But I will be, I will be sold

Yeah, he’s gonna want me when I’m famous
He’s gonna want me when I’m gold
He’s gonna want me when I make it
But I will be, I will be sold
Yeah, I will be, I will be sold
I will be, I will be
Sold out


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