Kiss Me Kate - I Hate Men Lyrics

Broadway Musical (1948)
Kiss Me Kate - I Hate Men Lyrics

I hate men.
I can't abide 'em even now and then.
Than ever marry one of them, I'd rest a virgin rather,
For husbands are a boring lot and only give you bother.
Of course, I'm awfully glad that Mother had to marry Father,
But I hate men.
Of all the types I've ever met within our democracy,
I hate most the athlete with his manner bold and brassy,
He may have hair upon his chest but, sister, so has Lassie.
Oh, I hate men!
I hate men.
Their worth upon this earth I dinna ken.
Avoid the trav'ling salesman though a tempting
Tom he may be,
From China he will bring you jade and perfume from Araby,
But don't forget 'tis he who'll have the fun and thee the baby,
Oh I hate men.
If thou shouldst wed a businessman, be wary, oh, be wary.
He'll tell you he's detained in town on business necessary,
His bus'ness is the bus'ness which he gives his secretary,
Oh I hate men!

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Kiss Me Kate the Musical Lyrics

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So In Love
We Open In Venice
Tom, Dick Or Harry
I've Come To Wive It Wealthily In Padua
I Hate Men
Were Thine That Special Face
Cantiamo D'amore
Kiss Me, Kate
Too Darn Hot
Where Is The Life That Late I Led?
Always True To You (In My Fashion)
So In Love (Reprise)
Brush Up Your Shakespeare
I Am Ashamed That Women Are So Simple