The Hairdresser's Prayer
"Don't take much off" says the baldy man,
"Nice and straight now" says Curly.
"Plenty of body" says fine-haired Ann
"Make me look grown up" says Girly.
"Can you do me like Elvis?" asks Ginger Ray,
"Make me Lulu" says Old Mrs Worth.
Lord, can you just take all my clients away
Or give them the right hair at birth?
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