Babe Rainbow,
She had diamonds in her teeth.
She wore a rib-stitched, skin tight, sequined skirt
With nothing on beneath.
She looked at me sideways
I was leaning against the car
She reached over the black chrome, leaned on the wing
pulled the wing mirror down
And she said,
"Hey Grace up (???)
You look dead from the waste up."
Now i didn't marry you just for your looks or to keep you off the street.

Babe Rainbow
Such a delicate face
I knew full well she was made out of rock
But she looked like lace.
She looked at me sideways
I looked down at the ground
she said, "Now that i've picked you up
i'd better lower you the right way round

"Hey Grace up
You look dead from the waste up
Now i didn't marry you just for your looks or to keep you off the streets"

Babe Rainbow
I know there's another man
I saw your diamond back black snake cadillac robe in the back of a big sedan.
I felt so lonely
I nearly wished I was dead
But then I pulled on my hat
Put a shine on my shoes
Thought about me instead

Babe Rainbow
I don't mind if you have to go
Because I didn't marry you just for your looks
Or to keep you between the sheets.

Babe Rainbow...


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