Rugs From Me To You

Album: Ocean Eyes (Deluxe Version) (2009)
  • To pay or not to pay that is the question
    It refused to stay as it all turned grey
    Or William Shakespeare's receding hair

    Please excuse the pun, it's hair today, gone tomorrow
    So be thankful for what precious locks you have

    Toupee, or not toupee, that is the question
    And by the way, I just gotta say,
    Thank the Lord I'm not going bald

    And if I may quip, my curls and I
    Are just like heaven
    And rest assured, there'll be no parting there

    But should my head get bare like Frier Tuck
    Hard taste to swallow
    It makes me smile, 'cause I know just what I'd do

    Yeah if I had more wigs, than I knew what to do with
    I'd open a second hand store
    And if you ever went bald, you'd recall it
    'Cause I'd cleverly call it 'Rugs from me to you' Writer/s: ADAM R. YOUNG
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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