She brings life to the bandstand, hence the dance floor;
they tell her she can’t leave yet, don’t exit out that door.
Her nickname is The Beauty Queen, every gentleman’s dream;
when she’s out there her face is like a brilliant sunbeam.
She’s gorgeous, really, from head to toe;
if you saw her your heart would do the mambo.
Every head turns when she walks into the place;
now lonely men will desire her warm embrace.
But there was a song once, marry an ugly girl;
happy for the rest of your life, gosh what a pearl.
And so it follows that beauty is only skin-deep;
always be cautious, look before you leap.
So it goes without saying, don’t judge by appearance alone;
first be happy with yourself, throw away that wishbone.
The same goes for women, beware of that good-looking man;
don’t rush into it, for you might end up in the dustpan.
He brings life to the bandstand, hence the dance floor;
they tell him he can’t leave yet, don’t exit out that door.
While the single-scene is fun, always be on guard;
there are always heartless lovers that you must discard.