See me in the hall all by myself
See you in the ball beside yourself
Debutante so
Deborah you will never know
Debbie if I asked you to dance would you step on my toes
D don’t tell me no
Would Deborah be more apropos?
Debbie is it too much to ask you not to laugh at my clothes?

Dinner she and I, I told myself
Be a trophy I put on my shelf
Passing glances, I’ve had it up to here
No more homeroom prances, I can’t be more sincere
No more second chances, the last chance of the year
Now we’re making faces, funny faces, in public places

Debutante so
Deborah you will never know
Debbie if I asked you to dance would you step on my toes
D don’t tell me no
Would Deborah be more apropos?
Debbie is it too much to ask you not to laugh at my nose?

Debutante so
Deborah you will never know
Debbie if I asked you to dance would you step on my toes
D don’t tell me no
Would Deborah be more apropos?
Debbie is it too much to ask you not to laugh at my nose?



Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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