About 200 years ago I used to work at a place called InterLink Paging in Gainesville, FL with a woman named Anita. I worked there for years. During the holiday season, Anita would always talk to me about a song called Walking ‘Round in Women’s Underwear sung to the tune of Walking in a Winter Wonderland. I never heard the song, although Anita – one of my best friends – would recite some of the lines. Now, years later, I often think of the snippets of it that I remember as I amble through my holidays.

Later on / If you wanna
We can dress / Like Madonna

I’ll say, “Are ya ready?” / You’ll say, “No, man!
Let’s wait until the wife is outta town”

Note: Of course, only moments after I posted this, TheBrad sent me a link to the complete lyrics to the song.

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