Stepsisters' Lament Karaoke - Cinderella (musical)

This title is a cover of Stepsisters' Lament as made famous by Cinderella (musical)

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About

In the same key as the original: C

Release date: 1986
Genres: Musicals & Broadway, In English
Songwriter: Oscar Hammerstein II
Composer: Richard Rodgers

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Stepsisters' Lament

Why would a fellow want a girl like her?
A frail and fluffy beauty?
Why can't a fellow ever once prefer
A solid girl like me?!
She's a frothy little bubble with a flimsy kind of charm
And with very little trouble
I could break her little arm
Ah ah, oh, oh why would a fellow want a girl like her?
So obviously unusual?
Why can't a fellow ever once prefer a usual girl like me?
Her cheeks are a pretty shade of pink but not any pinker than a rose is
Her skin may be delicate and soft but not any softer that a doe's is
He neck is no longer than a swan's
She's only as dainty as a daisy
She's only as graceful as a bird
So why is the fellow going crazy?
So why is the fellow going crazy?
Oh why would a fellow want a girl like her
Oh why would a fellow want a girl like her
A girl who's merely lovely?
A girl who's merely lovely?
Why can't a fellow
Why can't a fellow ever once prefer ever once prefer
A girl who's merely me?
She's a frothy little bubble
She's a frothy little bubble with a frilly sort of air with a frilly sort of air
And with very little trouble
And with very little trouble
I could pull out all her hair
Oh, oh why would a fellow want a girl like her
Oh, oh why would a fellow want a girl like her
A girl who's merely lovely?
A girl who's merely lovely?
Why can't a fellow ever once prefer
Why can't a fellow ever once prefer
A girl who's merely me?
A girl who's merely me?
What's the matter with the man?
What's the matter with the man?
What's the matter with the man?
What's the matter with the man?
What's the matter with the man?
What's the matter with the man?

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