Miss Marmelstein (Streisand Barbra)

Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Oh, why is it always Miss Marmelstein? Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Other girls get called by their first names right away They get cozy intimate Do you know what I mean? And nobody calls me, "Hey, baby doll", Miss Marmelstein Or "Honey dear", Miss Marmelstein, or "Sweetie pie" Miss Marmelstein Even my first name would be preferable Though it’s terrible, it might be better, it’s Yetta Or perhaps my second name that’s Tessye Spelled T E S S Y E But no, no, it’s always Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein You’d think at least Miss M. they could try Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Oh, I could die I’m a very willing secretary Enjoy my work as my employer will corroborate Except for one disappointment one fly in the ointment It’s great I mean simply great But the aggravation of my situation I might as well get it off my chest, it’s the drum appellation Oh, pardon the big words I apply But I was an English major at C.C.N.Y. Drum appellation With which I am persistently addressed Persistently, perpetually, continually and inevitably addressed Believe me, it could drive a person positively psychosomatic Oh, why is it always Miss Marmelstein? Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein Other girls get called by their nick names right away Slightly naughty or risky Do you know what I mean? Nobody calls me,"Koo-chee-koo", Miss Marmelstein Or "Boobala", Miss Marmelstein, or "Passion pie" Even, "Hey there, babe" thought not respectable, ain’t so object able It’s kind of crummy but chummy Of course if I got married, that would do it So, where’s the lucky guy? Till then it still is Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Everyday I get more and more fast Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein, Miss Marmelstein Oh, I could bust