copyright © 2002 Cory Capron

"Aunt Faye"
A song written and performed by Cory Capron 


Aunt Faye
I can't come home today
Don't you worry I'm doing ok
I had a party in Las Angeles  some rolling in the hay...
And I woke up to find myself in, Santa Fe hey, hey!

Cousin Pug
Who swept you under the rug?
You always were the best at draining a jug
If you can get me out of Mexico - I'll peddle all your drugs...
Just as long as you are sure, that phone's got no bugs

Grandma Linnell
Are you doing well?
This town at night puts me under a spell
Tell Roxanne I'd think about her if she'd only think of me
Getting my postcards to her back is such a cold agony

(Bridge)
Oh...
My Cadillac's busted
All the wells have gone dry
A thirsty city's such a pity
Now the lake is a mud pie
And the engenderer's wearing
A suicide tie
And another family's...
In the farmland in the sky...
In the farmland in the sky...
In the farmland in the sky...!

(Instrumental break)

Uncle Ronny
I need some money
Why you laughing - man this isn't funny
I've been playing sugar daddy with some Valentino's honey
He's got me held up in my room, with his little friend "Tommy"
And you know it's not like me to go and cry, "Help, help Mommy!"
But Tommy's off his safety selling bullets for free
And he's smiling at me ready to show his, generosity

Aunt Faye
I can't come home today
Don't you worry I'm doing ok
I had a party in Las Angeles - some rolling in the hay...
And I woke up to find myself in, Santa Fe hey, hey!
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"Aunt Faye" debuted June 28, 2002, performed by Cory Capron.

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