I really hope some song guru(s) can fill in the blanks. I'm beginning to think I'm imagining this song!...lol
I'll do my best to describe it. I dont really remember any of the specific lyrics.
It is in the style of Mac Davis, Ray Stevens, and Jim Stafford's folk/ballad type comedy songs. I've researched all of them as good as Google gets with no luck. I've not seen anything that rings the memory bell.
The song is "set" in a bar and the male singer is rating women on the Bo Derek "10" scale of the era...
paraphrased..."...a 10 would fit right in....a 9 would be fine....." etc, or something similar. At the end he sings that she has used the same scale to berate him, his cloths, hair, beerbelly, etc and ends up rating him as a 2 as I recall.
It is a really cute song but I cant find the title or who did it. It was on the juke box at the local watering hole I frequented in the 70's.
I've pondered and searched for the answer for many years. This is the first time I've tried posting the question to a forum. If there are any other places I could try, please let me know.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.