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SONG
What's the Use of Wond'rin'?
Artist Amanda Palmer
Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Length 2:50
Album(s) Who Killed Amanda Palmer

What's the Use of Wond'rin'? is a song from the musical 'Carousel', covered by Amanda Palmer and Annie Clarke.

HistoryEdit

The song was writen by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II in the early 1940s.

MeaningEdit

The song is about domestic abuse, on the Who Killed Amanda Palmer website there are photos and statistics relating to domestic violence.

LyricsEdit

what's the use of wond'rin'
if he's good or if he's bad
or if you like the way he wears his hat

oh, what's the use of wond'rin'
if he's good or if he's bad
he's your fella and you love him
that's all there is to that

common sense may tell you
that the ending will be sad
and now's the time to break and run away
but what's the use of wond'rin'
if the ending will be sad
he's your fella and you love him
there's nothing more to say

something made him the way that he is
whether he's false or true
and something gave him
the things that are his
one of those things is you

so when he wants your kisses
you will give them to the lad
and anywhere he leads you, you will walk
and any time he needs you
you'll go running there like mad

you're his girl and he's your fella
and all the rest is talk

ReleaseEdit

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