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Bert Hansell Lyr Add: Silicone Cindy (Bert Hansell) (2) Silicone Cindy 22 Jul 97


This one doesn't fit my own definition of Folk Music but it's close to some other definitions.

Folk singers have a duty to sing about newsworthy events, be it the Wreck of the Old 97 or the Building of the Grand Coolie Dam. A while back we were reading in the newspaper about a woman who had plastic surgery and finished up with a 70 inch bust.

WELL, I think that's an event which should not go unsung.

You're my Silicone Cindy
The girl that I desire
A beautiful celluloid Kewpie Doll
Don't sit near the fire

Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
But don't sit near the fire

They overdid your eyelid tuck
Your eyes they stare so wide
They couldn't find anything for your butt
So they used Naugahyde

Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
Covered with Naugahyde

Your breasts are made of silicone
Your hair is Nylon twine
Your teeth are made of porcelain
The rest of you's all mine

Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
The rest of you's all mine.

This surgical augmentation
on you looks really grand
I'll have to try some for myself
Now you don't fit in my hand.

Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
Get along home Silicone Cindy
you don't fit in my hand.

Bert.


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