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Tying the Knot in Vermont
Whipped cream song about a skim-milk marriage. I'm sure there's a cherry in there somewhere.
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Podcasts - Comedy - Political Humor
Previous peak charts position #40
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #3
Lisa Rogers
High Top Tunes
July 22, 2004
MP3 2.4 MB
128 kbps bitrate
0:00 minutes
Story behind the song
Maurine and I became civil pelvic affiliates in Brattleboro, VT on September 6, 2000. A few years later, we played our wedding reception at a house concert in Pelham, MA. Maybe one day we'll tour the country collecting state recognized pelvic affiliation certificates.
Why do straight folks have such lavish weddings When so many end up in divorce Meanwhile we're excluded from such lavish settings Except to decorate and do their hair of course Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue We've got lots of love to flaunt, soon we'll be tying the knot in Vermont Why do straight folks give impractical presents They'll return them in a week or so His and hers occurs with omnipresence Meanwhile we shop L.L. Bean for our trousseau Always a bridesmaid, finally a groom, 86 that scratchy bridal gown We've made reservations for our honeymoon in Provincetown My true love and I have been engaged for 30 years If my mom came to our wedding at least I know there'd be tears Why do straight folks get their parents blessing All they did was grow up like their mom and dad Meanwhile we get credit for our parents' stressing And every cataclysm that the world has ever had I just want someone to have and to hold entre nous Someone who will say, “I do, too!” What more could your average lesbian couple want Than to be tying the knot a little tighter honey just something we picked up in Girl Scouts In Vermont