Queen of '59

Dion And The Belmonts

Streetheart


The attic's filled with records
Unheard of for many years
When the radio plays old songs
She has no time for tears

She skipped a class reunion for the Homecoming Queen
And she knows she can't go back, friends
To sweet little 16

And the queen of 1959 is happy trying to be
A dedicated lady, she got love for a family
And she sure looks good to me
She's my everything
She treats me like a king
She's a lady

Ba-lalalala Ba-lalalala
Ba-lalala Ba-lalalala

My favorite cheerleader finds her hair streaked with gray
And instead of drivin' movies, she'd rather see a play
I know that her initials are carved in a desk somewhere
And like rock n roll heroes
Ponytails have been combed from her hair

And the queen of 1959 is happy trying to be
A dedicated lady, with love for a family
And she sure looks good to me
She's my everything
She treats me like a king
She's a lady


Ba-lalalala ba-lalalala
Uuh ba-lalalala ba-lalalala

The attic's filled with records
Unheard of for many years

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