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Agnes questions her place in life now that her children are independent.
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This is very strange. Everything is changing. Suddenly a door Can slam.

This is very strange. Suddenly we're strangers. And I start to wonder Who I am.

What is a woman? What is she made of? Why is a woman afraid of Not being in love?

What is a woman? What does she long for? Why is it wrong for a woman To be all alone?

Young girls are April With rainbows and changes. One day they grow up And April is over forever

To be a woman Means being lonely. That's why a woman is only Alive when in love.

Young girls are April With rainbows and changes. One day they grow up And April is over forever.

To be a woman Means being lonely. That's why a woman Is only alive When in love.

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After Michael criticizes Agnes’ expensive shopping habits, the wife contemplates being a saucy divorcee.
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That pompous, pompous, pompous, pompous ass!! Now's the time for that hat. The one I've been saving for all these years.

An eighty-five dollar hat! What do you think of that! Thirteen feathers of the pigeon family! And a bird of paradise plume!

I hid this hat for four whole years. In this great big box at the foot of the bed - Right here in this very same room! But now, my spouse, it's out of the box, And I'm gonna tell you what; If I am going to go to pot - This pot is gonna be HOT!

Say - who's that racy, middle-aged lady, Peeking underneath her veil? Why, don't you know? That's Flaming Agnes. (Her husband up and left her)

Who's that pale, available matron? Underneath the peacock's tail? Why, can't you guess? That's Flaming Agnes. (Emancipated lady!)

Used to find her sittin' in the kitchen. Mousy housewife was her name. But the day her husband up and left her - Agnes started to flame!

Now they say that nothing can save her - And they blame her husband for the blazing shame of Flaming Agnes! (vulgar dance) Fresh!

Used to find her tendin' to the kiddies; Up to here in Cream of Wheat! But the day her husband up and left her, That's the day that Agnes turned the heat one! Now she flames from night till early mornin'! While he slaves to raise the alimony He must pay, to Flaming Agnes!

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Agnes questions her place in life now that her children are independent.
View Lyrics

This is very strange. Everything is changing. Suddenly a door Can slam.

This is very strange. Suddenly we're strangers. And I start to wonder Who I am.

What is a woman? What is she made of? Why is a woman afraid of Not being in love?

What is a woman? What does she long for? Why is it wrong for a woman To be all alone?

Young girls are April With rainbows and changes. One day they grow up And April is over forever

To be a woman Means being lonely. That's why a woman is only Alive when in love.

Young girls are April With rainbows and changes. One day they grow up And April is over forever.

To be a woman Means being lonely. That's why a woman Is only alive When in love.

Watch / Listen


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCOiGmHh9NU

♬ Browse All Songs

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