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STEPSISTERS LAMENT From Harold Fielding’s Cinderella, 1958 (Rodgers / Hammerstein) Kenneth Williams & Ted Durante Why would a fellow want a girl like her? A frail and fluffy beauty Why can’t a fellow ever once prefer A solid girl like me? She’s a frothy little bubble With a flimsy kind of charm And with very little trouble I could break her little arm Oh, why would a fellow want a girl like her So obviously unusual Why can’t a fellow ever once prefer A usual girl like me? Her cheeks are a pretty shade of pink But not any pinker than a rose is Her skin may be delicate and soft But not any softer than a doe’s is Her neck is no whiter than a swan’s She’s only as dainty as a daisy She’s only as graceful as a bird So why should the fellows go all crazy? Oh, why would a fellow want a girl like her? A girl who’s merely lovely Why can’t a fellow ever once prefer A girl who’s merely me? What’s the matter with the men? What’s the matter with the men? What’s the matter with the men?

    


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