WHAT THE HELL

Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like

Original song Wednesday (and you thought men don’t understand women!)

One more time: I’m no singer, but the song has words so I sung ’em. (Apologies in advance, too, for a little trouble with my drum loop in a couple of spots. The vagaries of amateur music production!)

Troublesome Hair

Jenny’s got a problem
She’s goin’ out tonight
Her hair is a source of neverending heartache
It isn’t right.
Jenny’s got troublesome hair!

Jeannie’s got a problem
She’s on a tear
Her hair is always causing quiet desperation
It isn’t fair!
Jeannie’s got troublesome hair!

If it isn’t one thing, it’s another
My flyaway hair makes me wanna run for cover
My mirror always used to be my best friend,
Now all I’m seeing is a bunch of split ends!

Joanie’s got a problem
She’s gonna meet her man
But her bangs look like a pair of vampire fangs,
She needs a plan.
Joanie’s got troublesome hair!

Wouldn’t it be lovely to have lovely hair?
I just want to go to work
Looking like Jemima Kirke.
Wouldn’t it be lovely, lovely to have lovely hair?
Never gonna happen!

Janie’s got a problem
She’s gonna shave her head
Her hair has finally driven her to clinical depression
She’s seein red.
Janie’s got troublesome hair!

If it isn’t one thing, it’s another
My flyaway hair makes me wanna run for cover
My mirror always used to be my best friend,
Now all I’m seeing is a bunch of split ends!

Jenny’s got a problem
Jeannie’s got a problem
Joanie’s got a problem
Janie’s got a problem!

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4 comments on “Original song Wednesday (and you thought men don’t understand women!)

  1. sknicholls
    April 16, 2014

    Very creative. You could do shampoo commercials.

    • Kevin Brennan
      April 16, 2014

      Great idea! I’ll write a verse about conditioner…

  2. John W. Howell
    April 16, 2014

    Enjoyed it. Want more.

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