"Ode to My Clothes" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
Somewhere in the hills of Ireland is a Prada bag
And somewhere down the lane
There's a dog in Gucci lace
And sometimes I think that I will
Lose sleep at night
Cause it's hard
Yes it's hard
To say good-bye to my clothes

My clothes
Nobody knows things
Like my clothes
My telephone-life in the
Back of my jeans
Nobody knows
How I feel today
How I feel today
So now
Now that they're gone
In the hills of Ireland
So long
So long
This was an ode
To my clothes

"Bye bye clothes"

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"Ode to My Clothes" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General CommentThe liner notes for A Piano say that she had a bag of some beautiful designer stuff at her house in Ireland, and a friend came in thinking she had ignored her in the street, but it had been someone else wearing her top, and it turned out the cleaner at the house had given all the clothes away to charity thinking they were old, so people were walking around in all the stuff she loved. ;-)
    daneypopson April 01, 2008   Link

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