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She's got another fantasy she lives in flat number twenty three
Picked first prize for carnival queen and now she takes her clothes off
Collects the covers off her magazines she longs to be another teenage
Dream the problem is she's turning forty-three she still takes her
Clothes off
She got the nick name porta bubble joan they found her dead as nails
At home and she said I'm gonna be another marilyn bleach my hair and
Get real thin and everybody's gonna wanna dance with me
She loved to have her little fantasies she longed to be the wife of
Jimmy dean but jimmys head sits in jimmys knees she loves to take her
Clothes off
Police are looking round at twenty-three they found her hanging from
Her swollen feet they saw her dance last in woolworth street she
Loved to take her clothes off
She got the nick name porta bubble joan they found her dead as nails
At home and she said I'm gonna be another marilyn bleach my hair and
Get real thin and everybody's gonna wanna dance with me
Everybody wants to be the carnival queen everybody wants to be the
Carnival king or queen we all read the books she takes her clothes off



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