House of Wax

Lyrics: Don Gaynor
Music: Don Gaynor

Played by the Ghosts, with Keith and Donna Godchaux

Yesterday, she [?]
In the middle of a big depression
She said goodbye, she took my [?]
And taught me one big lesson

So I went downtown for some piece of mind
I went off to the wax museum
And there in the corner by an old French King
I saw the woman of my dreams

I'm in love with
A lady from the House of Wax
She looks real good and I [?]
Out of my income tax

Yeah she's so [?] from the lack of [mush] boys
You know they like to bounce around
And other there toughened like iron
In case they got to go and muscle you down

The woman I love she's different
She's definitely none of these
You see she's made of wax, but she looks real good
And she's really [?]

I'm in love with
A lady from the House of Wax
She looks real good, and I [?]
Out of my income tax

Yesterday, she [?]
In the middle of a big depression
She said goodbye, she took my [?]
And taught me one big lesson

So I went downtown for some piece of mind
I went off to the wax museum
And there in the corner by an old French King
I saw the woman of my dreams

I'm in love with
A lady from the House of Wax
She looks real good and I [?]
Out of my income tax

I'm in love with
A lady from the House of Wax
She looks real good and I [write her off?]
Out of my income tax
Keith and Donna Recordings
     Date Album Recorded By
     1980 The Ghosts Playing In The Heart Of Gold Band The Ghosts (note 1)
Notes
(1) also on the compilation Double Dose