MonksNice Legs Shame About The Face

Met her on a blind date, helping out an old mate Waiting at the corner, she's be dressed in black There was I expecting a really tasty bird He said she was good looking, I should have doubt his word When I saw her there she was a real disgrace I thought nice legs shame about the face I had to take her dancing, I couldn't let her down So we caught the bus to the other side of town Out upon the dance floor, I wasn't getting far So I had a drink with my friends up at the bar I asked them what they thought of her they fell about the place And they said nice legs shame about her face She said could we go bowling, I said that would be fine But when I bought the tickets She'd already changed her mind She was turning out to be a real hard case Nice legs shame about the boat race Downed a gin and soda, tapped me on the shoulder Whispered in my ear it's getting kind of late When I took her home we hardly said a thing I walked her to the door, expected to go in She looked me up and down and really put me in my place She said nice legs shame about your face Nice legs shame about your face © 2019