Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend - Laura Fygi (羅拉·費琪)
The French are glad to die for love.
They delight in fighting duels.
But I prefer a man who lives
And gives expensive jewels.
A kiss on the hand
May be quite continental,
But diamonds are a girl's best friend.
A kiss may be grand
But it won't pay the rental
On your humble flat
Or help you at the automat.
Men grow cold
As girls grow old,
And we all lose our charms in the end.
But square-cut or pear-shaped,
These rocks don't loose their shape.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend.
Talk to me Harry Winston.
Tell me all about it!
There may come a time
When a lass needs a lawyer,
When a hard-boiled employer
Thinks you're awful nice,
But get that ice or else no dice.
Time rolls on,
And youth is gone,
And you can't straighten up when you bend.
But stiff back
Or stiff knees,
You stand straight at Tiffany's.
I don't mean rhinestones!
But diamonds are a girl's best best friend.