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(rod stewart / jim cregan)Is it a matter of opinionOr just a contradictionBut from where I come fromAll the blondes have more funWell just awatch them sisters on a saturday nightPeroxide causin’ all the fightsI took a rose in texasShe gimme plenty of practiceBut I couldn’t touch the surface’cos of recent faceliftShe had no idea what love’s about’cept the one o’clock call on the casting couchSissy from new yorkWas on the cover of new vogueI ain’t supposed to be availableSo completely untouchableI got a limousine ’n’ bodyguard and chaperoneBut God knows rodder just needs to ballYou can keep your black and your red headsYou can keep your brunettes tooI wanna girl that’s semi intelligentGimme a blonde that’s six feet two boyAnd that ain’t allI had a crush on bardotFell in love with monroeRead about ’em in the nationalsAll the juicy little scandalsBut I never saw ’em dancin’ at the county hallWith the short fat guy’s prematurely baldDig thisYou can keep your black and your red headsYou can keep your brunettes tooDon’t wanna subservient womanGimme a blonde that’s six feet two boyAnd that ain’t all



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