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Taylor flying to France to have her hair done

Each of the song's verses has Lynn speaking in awe about the outside world. For instance, in the first verse, she draws comparisons between such things as Taylor flying to France to have her hair done and the joy and laity of the "White House social season," and her own dull life ("Here in Topeka, the rain is a-fallin'. The faucet is a-drippin' and the kids are a-bawlin'"). At one point, she angers her husband after a misunderstanding (he had called from a nearby tavern to announce he was bringing some old Army friends home, just as she was trying to shoo one of her children away from somewhere he wasn't supposed to be). The end of the song includes Lynn sighing, "Gee, I hope it ain't twins again!"

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