Women have no desires, only affectation.
Indeed women are but children of larger growth.
Ah, but I consider woman to be a beautiful romantic animal. Who should be adorned in furs and feathers, pearls and diamonds. Apart from my wife of course. Who will insist upon attempting to learn Greek. It's so very unbecoming I can hardly tolerate her company at the breakfast table. Why do they do it?
Oh, every woman is adverse to contradiction and frankly most women have no characters at all.
Eliza Is the Fairest Queen
Composed by Edward Johnson
Performed by Jimmy Somerville
Courtesy of London Records See more