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For the Anaheim, Azusa, & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review, & Timing Association

They wear organdy dresses & high-button shoes
They read Playboy magazine & Hot-Rod News
There's Patience Proper & Prudence Prim
You oughta see 'em do the swim.

They come from Anaheim, Azusa, & Cucamonga too
For a sewing circle & book review
The little old ladies wait in wild anticipation
For the meetings of the double-A-C A-S-S-N
For the Anaheim, Azusa, & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review, & Timing Association

They toot around town in their big Grand Prixes
Sittin' in their bucket seats, shootin' the breeze
You know that all week long they put up jam and preserves
But on the weekend they negotiate curves

[Repeat CHORUS]

The meeting breaks up with a thunderous roar
Then there's a mad mad rush for the big old door
They run to their cars like the start at Le Mans
They make the spin' donuts in their lawns

[Repeat CHORUS]

For the Anaheim, Azusa, & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review, & Timing Association

[Repeat & FADE]
Go grannies, go grannies, go grannies go

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    UnregisteredJan 18, 2012 at 3:10 am
    The previous person who posted the corrections, is indeed correct... The correct lines are "for the big oak door" and also "they go spinnin' donuts in their lawns"
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    UnregisteredDec 13, 2011 at 1:55 am
    I think the phrase is "... For the big oak door".
    Also, i think the last line is "they go spinnin' donuts in their lawns"

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