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I pretend I am a Singer in the Shower
Do you ever find yourself in the shower,
screeching out some overplayed ballad for almost an hour?
You use your hairbrush as a microphone,
singing all the lyrics you know.
The drum beats of the water drops roll on,
and although you are just from Mequon,
you feel you can be on the cover of Seventeen Magazine,
with the title "How the Shower Brought Singing to Me."
You will be the next big thing,
and your telephone will constantly ring;
except for the fact that you can't sing.
So lets stick to the audience of the soap bar,
and maybe a special song for your car.