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SIX FOOT SEVEN WOMAN Foster & Allen - 1985 Also recorded by: Seamus Moore. Come let me introduce you to the woman who's me Wife Of all me great possessions, she's the biggest in me life There's not a chance I'd lose her, she's too easy to be found She's six foot seven inches and she weighs three hundred pounds Sure, when I started courtin' her, her figure was a twelve I put me arms around her, but me arms they were too short To take her to the pictures, sure I didn't have the dough To pay for all the seats she'd fill down in the bottom row Oh, she's six foot seven inches, Boys, let's sing it once again She's got the kind of figure that was mostly meant for men You may talk of Texas giants, who are brawny, big and tall But this six foot seven woman, she'd make midgets of them all To fit her with the costume, makes the tailors take great pains They have to take her measurements with lengths of Irish chains It takes a room of cloth to make a top of any taste And half an acre more to cover all below her waste Oh, she's six foot seven inches, Boys, let's sing it once again She's got the kind of figure that was mostly meant for men You may talk of Texas giants, who are brawny, big and tall But this six foot seven woman, she'd make midgets of them all The mornin' we got married, I can still remember well We went to have our breakfast in the Park House Hotel To fit her through the doorway, sure I knew it was too small She ate so much, to get her out we had to knock the wall She says our house is much too small, she can't expand her chest She's rather like a cuckoo in a little sparrow's nest If every women grew that size, I'm going to tell you, Boys You might knock all the houses down and build them twice the size Oh, she's six foot seven inches, Boys, let's sing 'er once again She's got the kind of figure that was mostly meant for men You can talk of Texas giants, who are brawny, big and tall But this six foot seven woman, she'd make midgets of them all (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2004)

    


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