This one has two songs by 'The Merry Wives Of Windsor', who say of themselves:
There has been much debate as to how to describe The Merry Wives of Windsor's music. The obvious choice is to use terms like "nagging" or "man-hating," but that's not the case. Our attitude toward men is more of a despondent pity, like a mother who has come to the grim realization her child is an idiot
Very practical ladies, I think...
The first song is about a gal whose husband has been away at sea for waaaay too long. The second song is about a gal whose father sired 'All The Lads In Town' and contains this line that shoved me off the edge and made me put this up:
"The boy that I will marry will keep me satiated
And ev'ry night in bed I'll pray that we are not related!"
How could I resist? Please enjoy. These gals are good!