From the recording Viper At The Virgin's Feet

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Lyrics

If I Was A Weathergirl was recorded on Protection Island, BC by David Essig in July of 2009.

Bass ~ Shelley Brown
Electric Guitars ~ David Essig
Acoustic Guitar & Vocals ~ Allison Brown
lyrics
If I was a weathergirl
I would marry a racecar driver
I'd work-out every morning if my teeth were straight and white
Every now and then I might smoke a cigarrette
While he's driving around in circles in his number five Corvette

If I was a weathergirl
I would make hair appointments
At the end of every month so my roots would never show
I'd wear contact lenses
As I looked into the cameras
I'd go right on smiling through the rain and through the snow

And in my wedding picture
Me and my racecar driver
My shining silver lining
Under partly cloudy skies
When it's below freezing
He would keep me warm
And be my bolt of lightning that would quiet all my storms

Sometimes at night I'd dream about
The day they read the news
About the smoke and fire and the twisted metal ruins
And I'd be helpless watching from the sky
Like a weather balloon

I'd be home cooking dinner
While he's out there winning races
and while the Budweiser girls
Douse him with champagne
My girlfriends might ask me if I ever get jealous I'd say
"It's a payment on the house and, I can't complain"

If I was a weathergirl I would see into the future
And I would know for certain that you would be coming home
I wouldn't doubt my forecast
That we would be alright
And we would be together when we cross the finish line
We would be together when we cross the finish line

If I was a weathergirl I would marry a racecar driver

Allison Brown SOCAN 2009