From the recording Daddy's Dancin' Topless

<p>Dad always liked to dress up and be the life of the party. If he could have gotten away with it, he probably would have danced naked. Mom WOULD have cut his you know what off!!</p>


<p>Daddy&rsquo;s Dancing Topless</p>
<p>Daddy&rsquo;s dancing topless</p>
<p>At the all night male revue</p>
<p>The PTA phoned Momma up</p>
<p>Asked if this was true</p>
<p>Our minister informed us</p>
<p>Made one thing very clear</p>
<p>We&rsquo;d been kicked out of the running</p>
<p>For family of the year</p>
<p>No one cared about our drinking</p>
<p>Fist fights and raising hell</p>
<p>But this time you&rsquo;ve gone and done it</p>
<p>Rang the warning bell</p>
<p>Dad&rsquo;s just another Gypsy Rose Lee</p>
<p>Putting on his show</p>
<p>Shaking his booty to the whistles</p>
<p>While the lights are turned down low</p>
<p>Daddy&rsquo;s dancing topless once again</p>
<p>Wearing a wig and not much else</p>
<p>Showing lots of skin</p>
<p>The ladies all go crazy</p>
<p>When Daddy hits the stage</p>
<p>Daddy&rsquo;s dancing topless</p>
<p>He never acts his age</p>
<p>Every night is ladies night</p>
<p>They always get in free</p>
<p>Beer is just one dollar</p>
<p>The price is usually three</p>
<p>Jukebox turned up extra loud</p>
<p>Just ask for your request</p>
<p>Dad can do the Harlem shuffle</p>
<p>But it&rsquo;s lap dancing he loves best</p>
<p>He wears a big sized G-string</p>
<p>When he&rsquo;s strutting on the floor</p>
<p>The ladies stuff it full of dollars</p>
<p>And phone numbers by the score</p>
<p>Momma told him flat out</p>
<p>I am still your wife</p>
<p>And I&rsquo;ll cut your you know what off</p>
<p>If I have to with my knife</p>
<p>If you&rsquo;re into working evenings</p>
<p>And like to mingle with a crowd</p>
<p>Really to go-go</p>
<p>When the music&rsquo;s turned up loud</p>
<p>Save the last dance for your momma</p>
<p>It&rsquo;s the Christian thing to do</p>
<p>Join Daddy out there dancing</p>
<p>At the all night male revue</p>
<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Words and Music by</p>
<p>David Gault and Roger Eydenberg</p>