Album: The Witches Of Eastwick (2000)
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  • Gina:

    Now heaven knows I'm not one to talk out of school

    Greta:

    Well of course not.

    Gina:

    But things have gone a little too far

    Greta:

    What things are those Gina?

    Gina:

    Van Horne's been cosy now with not one, dear, but three

    Greta:

    You don't say!

    Gina:

    And not too hard ot guess who they are!

    Greta:

    Just a bit odd

    Gina:

    Downright bizarre

    Brenda:

    Good morning girls

    Gina:

    Brenda...

    Greta:

    Say have you heard the story of what's come to pass?

    Brenda:

    Oh I'm not one for gossip

    Greta and Gina:

    Deep deep inside the old Lenox place

    Brenda:

    I heard it was actually out on the tennis court...

    Greta, Gina and Mabel:

    Those wanton tramps have clearly abandoned all sense

    Brenda:

    Sense? Oh please!

    Women:

    How long must we endure this disgrace?

    Brenda, Greta and Gina:

    Dirty laundry ladies: that's what I see.
    Dirty laundry ladies: as foul as foul can be

    Women:

    Our standards fading, our morals in decline,
    with such dirty laundry on the line

    Felicia:

    Have your funs girls while you may

    Women:

    Can you mean that we're to blame?

    Felicia:

    Trouble's clearly on its way!

    Women:

    Hang your heads for shame, for shame...

    Felicia:

    The tide's washed in

    Townspeople:

    More's the woe...

    Felicia:

    A wealth of sin

    Townspeople:

    Oh!

    Felicia:

    We're falling to the depths! The lowest of all lows!

    Townspeople:

    And what comes next, well heaven only knows..!
    Dirty laundry, neighbours: that's what this is. Dirty laundry labelled..

    Felicia:

    "Hers, hers and hers and his!"

    All:

    Just when you're thinking it's dealt with and gone,
    the dirty laundry just goes...

    Dirty laundry people, good gracious me.
    Dirty laundry that's been aired out for all to see.
    Just when you're thinking it's dealt with and gone..

    Felicia (sees Jennifer kissing Michael):

    Jennifer!

    Jennifer:

    Mother!

    Felicia:

    Inside young lady!!

    Michael:

    Mrs Gabriel, I just wanted..

    Felicia:

    Yes, Michael, I think we all know what you wanted.
    The acorn never falls far from the tree you know!

    Jennifer:

    But mother, I...

    Felicia:

    Back to the house young lady.
    We're taking you to Berkley first thing tomorrow morning. Clye!

    All:

    The dirty laundry just goes on and on and on and on and
    on and on and on and on and...

    Dirty laundry, people, good gracious me.
    Dirty laundry that's been aired out for all to see.
    Our standards fading, our morals in decline.

    Every line we drew in dare, they went and crossed without a care.
    N, there's no mistaking their design, so spread the news along the vine:

    Felicia:

    The good of Eastwick's on the line!

    All:

    Dirty laundry on the line! Dirty laundry on the line!
    Dirty laundry on the line! Dirty laundry on the line!
    It's on the line!! Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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