GRACIE'S SONG

When I was just a little boy,
I asked my mother, "What will I be?
Will I be manly,"
Will I be handsome and carefree?"
Here's what she said to me: to me:

"Get a life you nanny no nuts ninny,
A prissy sissy you'll be, you'll be;
No manly future for the likes of thee.
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be."

When I was then sent off to school in skirts,
I asked my teacher, "What will I try?
Should I try out for football"
Can I become class president?"
This was her sardonic reply to me:

"Get a life you limp wrist pantywaist
The locker-room princess you'll be, you'll be
Your pansy pudding filled panties for all to see.
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be."

When I at last grew up and sought to bed my one true love.
I asked my childhood sweetheart, "What lies ahead?
Will we have lots of children
Will we spoon together in bed?"
Here's what feminist Ms. Sally said to me:

"Get a life my simpering sissy-maid to be,
A gelded submissive in chastity, you'll never be free
A fluffer cuckold for all the real men who bed me
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be."

Now that I have no family jewels to call my own.
And others scoffing ask, "What is that nubbin I barely can see?"
Will I come to rejoice in my manly failure and at last be free?
Free to mince forth and be at peace, finding love on my knees?"
Here is what reality declared to me:

"The truth has always been there for one and all to see
A willing cum-receptacle for every real man that you meet;
With only milked sissy gasms to show oozing down at your feet.
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be

"The town sissy sop in frilly frocks forever you'll be, you'll be
With beribboned poodle permed locks bobbing so carefree
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be.

"Que sera sera
What will be, will be
With downcast eyes and endless knee bent curtsies to please,
What will be, will be.
"The ultimate sissy's sissy you'll be, you'll be

"Que sera sera
"Yes it will be, it will be. For no choice has me!


With appreciation and apologies to the singer Doris Day who introduced this song in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)


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