I don't know this song, but if you want a song in praise of bald-headed men you should listen to the late Eddy "Cleanhead" Vincent's (did I get the last name right?) song "Folks Call Me Mr. Cleanhead." It is a song that perhaps should be posted up in our treehouse, given its lyrics. The song was on a double-album live with many other blues masters.
Mr. Cleanhead was his theme song. I venture to post one verse:
"If it hadn't been for you women, I'd have my curly locks today, If it hadn't been for you women, I'd have my curly locks today, But I been hugged and kissed and petted, until all my hair been rubbed away. . ."
He also did on it an amusing song with the first line "I took the front door in, but I had to take the back door out",.