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The Ladies Who Lunch: Stephen Sondheim

Here’s to the ladies who lunch– Everybody laugh. Lounging in their caftans And planning a brunch On their own behalf. Off to the gym, Then to a fitting, Claiming they’re fat. And looking grim, ‘Cause they’ve been sitting Choosing a … Continue reading

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I’m Still Here: Elaine Stritch

Good times and bum times, I’ve seen them all and, my dear, I’m still here. Plush velvet sometimes, Sometimes just pretzels and beer, But I’m here. I’ve stuffed the dailies In my shoes. Strummed ukuleles, Sung the blues, Seen all … Continue reading

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Send In The Clowns: Glenn Close

Isn’t it rich? Are we a pair? Me here at last on the ground, You in mid-air. Send in the clowns. Isn’t it bliss? Don’t you approve? One who keeps tearing around, One who can’t move. Where are the clowns? … Continue reading

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