FAMILY AFFAIR
(Jean Vincent)
JEAN VINCENT (ROCKHOUSE, 1994)

My little sister's in love
So everything's fine
Her private life's public
So, why isn't mine?
And tonight there'll be a party
I'll have to grim and bear
You see, I'm just as in love
But my man will be there

[Chorus]
It's a family affair (it's a family affair)
Another lesson in life (another lesson in life)
I live with my conscience, he lives with his wife
It's a family affair (it's a family affair)
And I'll be dishing the dirt (and I'll be dishing the dirt)
Well, you could call me a flirt
But hurt's a better word for a woman like me

There's a lovely little girl
And I wish she was mine
She's around about so high
I guess she's eight or nine
I often see her with her mommy
She doesn't know who I am
She doesn't know I love her daddy
Whenever I can

[Chorus]

My little sister's in love
So everything's fine
Her private life's public
So, why isn't mine?
And tonight there'll be a party
I'll have to grim and bear
You see, I'm just as in love
But my man will be there

[Chorus]

Well, you could call me a flirt
But hurt's a better word for a woman like me
Well, you could call me a flirt
But hurt's a better word for a woman like me
(It's a family affair)
Cha-cha-cha!

 
 
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