Liberace And His Relationship To The 20th Century

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"Liberace And His Relationship To The 20th Century"
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Eitzel Superhits International graphic image cover
Song by Mark Eitzel from the album Eitzel Superhits International
Released 2001
Format CD
Label Self-released
Writer(s) Mark Eitzel
Producer(s) Mark Eitzel
Eitzel Superhits International track listing
  1. "The Man With The Hole In His Foot"
  2. "1000 Miles"
  3. "Highway 40"
  4. "Hold Me"
  5. "Charm School"
  6. "Come In"
  7. "Will You Ever Make Room At Your Table"
  8. "Kristin Intro"
  9. "Liberace And His Relationship To The 20th Century"
  10. "Tomorrow"

"Liberace And His Relationship To The 20th Century" is the 9th song on Mark Eitzel's 2001 limited edition tour CD, Eitzel Superhits International.

Lyrics

Oh the gracious Liberace
and the blue-haired grandmother of three
exchange moist soul to soul handshakes
with false humility
He's real excited about her hair
She says, "oh baby you put a tiger in my tail"
and she really likes every single one of his talents
A relationship absolutely destined to fail
They talk about loneliness and home decoration
The _____ and the palest blue chins
Say goodbye to the 20th century, its incinerators and its talented chimps

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