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  1. My Queen

From the recording Plenty

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Lyrics

Hey old lady why you treat me so mean?

The meanest old lady that I've ever seen

You know if meanness was royal

Baby, you'd be the Queen

And I could be you jester

Hey old lady why you treat me so bad?

Meanest old lady I've ever had

I try to make you laugh it's only making you mad

Your sign must be Do Not Enter

Oh my Queen

Won't you, please, won't you, please

Won't you, please, Love me

You sell a kiss for a nickel

Two for a dime

Four for a quarter

If you’re a friend of mine

You know I want your love I got to get in line

Stand and place my order

Low cut dress and those high heel shoes

You paint your face and you give me the blues

I had to rob a bank just to pay your dues

Please let me cross your border

Hey old lady why you treat me so mean?

Meanest old lady that I've ever seen

You know if meanness was royal

Baby you'd be the Queen

And I could be your jester.


Dan Foltz-Drums
Daniel Schacht-Bass
Matt Henry Cunitz - Hammond Organ, Pump Organ
Alex Budman- Saxophone, Clarinet,
Aushim Chauduri- Tabla
Kenny Annis-Sarod
Larkin Gayl, Jeremy Lindsay and Michelle McGrath -harmony vocals
Alisa Rose- Fiddle

All words and music by Forest Sun
Copyright 2001 Forest Sun Music BMI
All Rights Reserved

Produced by Forest Sun
Recorded at Painted Sun Studios (my shack in the woods), Schacht Studios and radical House(Track 9)
Track 5 contains the melody to Amazing Grace public domain)
Mastered by Ron K at Radical House, San Francisco
Mixed and Engineered by Daniel Schacht
Vocal Production - Raz Kennedy
Cover painting -Forest Sun
Layout and Design- Emil Friedlander