Long Description: I've Got a Plan, Blues Music, Country Blues, royalty free audio, tv music and commercial stock music
Keywords: This is played by a swing band and uses the standard blues progression. The lyrics are a lot of fun and retired men can probably relate to them very well. But so can non-retired men!
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I’VE GOT A PLAN
I’ve got a system in the kitchen of makin’ a mess,
Of leaving piles and piles of dishes
With gobs of food, poor Bess.
I tell her how to cook the cow,
These tips just harass her.
I criticize and verbalize and generally attack her.
I know I’ll fool her, well, maybe I can fool her.
I hope that she won’t guess, poor Bess.
I’ve got a plan to shirk the work.
It’s not too late to fool my mate.
Now I’m retired, I want to play,
Instead of doing chores all day.
When I’m cleaning and day dreaming,
I accidentally break priceless antiques,
Which really piques my loving mate.
When she’s dustin’, I’m a-fussin’
And tellin’ her to change.
To vacuum first so dust won’t burst
From carpets within range.
And the wash, oh my gosh,
What a mess it can be.
To pull out whites from colors bright
Is too much work for me.
Drying clothes I also loathe,
How I confuse things there;
Put in the jeans with other things
And leave the wash and wear.
All these schemes, I must confess,
May not fool my Bess.
But at least I’ve got a plan.
Sung by Courtland Peterson