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Two-Time Man

(© 1993 by Cla Nett)

I was 16 years old, when my Mama she told,
I oughta sit right by her side
She said your already grown, make a way of your own
The thought makes me lose my mind,
But before you leave, there is one thing you should know
Almost every man's cheatin', hurtin' you before you go.

I said, I know what you mean, but I was only 16
She was talkin' to the wind,
I believed in my groove and I wanted to move,
Didn't understand what she meant,
I was soon to find out, had to learn with my first love
(while he was) caressing my back, he was flirtin' with the neighbour above.

Oh, oh, oh- little girls don't know
They don't know 'bout an ordinary two-time man.

Well, it starts with a smile, every once in a while
But it ends with a terrible fight,
It's like a merry-go-round,drivin' up and down,
Into the darkest night,
And nevertheless I'm searchin' as much as I can,
For the one who is not - a natural born two-time man.

Oh, oh, oh- little girls don't know
They don't know 'bout an ordinary two-time man.

I want more from my life, than to be a good wife
(and to) define myself through my man
You know I got plenty of an own identity
I care 'bout more things than my tan,
At last I got the point, women don't need no wife!
It may be uncommon, but it feels good how I live my life.

Oh, oh, oh- little girls don't know
They don't know 'bout an ordinary two-time man.



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