"Miss Frizzy" as written by and Cummings Bachman....
Tell your city slicking' cousin
Lay that peppermint twister down
She's been shakin' up my biscuits
Draggin' my feet all over town

There's some bacon in the kitchen
And a clean towel behind the door
Yes I'll meet you at the warehouse
Then I'll never see you no more

And it's too much for me
All that lovin' for one man
Yeah she's too much for me
But I'll do the best I can
She used to call me "Rascal"
But now she calls me "Dapper Dan"


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"Miss Frizzy" as written by Randy Bachman Burton Cummings

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    General CommentThis is just a fun, nonsensical song but named after a young lady from Chicago that Cummings nicknamed Miss Frizzy
    Abk613Gmkon January 01, 2017   Link

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