Brickface and Stucco met on the corner of 48th St. and 3rd Boulevard
Brickface in a white t-shirt Stucco wore a skin-thight skirt
They´d go to the village on Saturdays go to the broadway and see cheap plays

Brickface decided to be a she and Stucco decided to go out to sea
In fishnet stockings and old saltines they parted happily
Said they´d meet again in 2003, 2003, 2003!

Get out of the old neighborhood!
Get out while you´re still looking good!
Wake up, brake up and go!
Wake up, brake up and go!
Brickface and Stucco!

Brickface grew his short hair long bought some wigs and tried them all on
Cheap parfume and old lamé gonna wax his legs today

Stucco sailed the seven seas grew a beard and drank strong teas
Used cheap women drank lots of gin thought of Brickface now and again
Now and again, now and again!

Get out of the old neighborhood!
Get out while you´re still looking good!
Wake up, make up and go!
Wake up, make up and go!
Brickface and Stucco!

They´d had a child together
Sail the ocean what could be better
Babe was born on November 10
They named her Formica Linolium,
Linolium, Linolium, Linolium, Linolium,
Linolium, Linolium, Linolium


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