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Queen of the House

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Queen of the House

Queen of the House
Recorded by Jody Miller
Words and music by Roger Miller and Mary Taylor

cho: Up every day at six
     Bacon and Eggs to fix
     Four kids from 1 to 4
     Pretty soon there'll be one more.

I got four floors to wax and scrub
And there's a dirty old ring in the tub
I'll get a maid some-day
But, til then, I'm Queen of the House.

No time to fix my hair
Need a new dress to wear
Old clothes will have to do
'Cause the kids all need new shoes.

I got bridge club each Tuesday night
He's goes out with the boys and gets tight
But when the evenin's through
He comes a-home to the Queen of the House.

I know the milkman, the iceman, they come every day
They give me tips on the horses to play
And when I've got the time to spare
I sit and wish I'd that I'd picked a rich millionaire.

I sing:
Up every day at six
Bacon and Eggs to fix
Four kids from 1 to 4
Pretty soon there'll be one more.

I got four floors to wax and scrub
And there's a dirty old ring in the tub
I'll get a maid someday
But, til then, I'm Queen of the House.

Repeat chorus and fade.
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