Women Seem

Album: Cuttin' Heads (2001)
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  • Women seem to like me
    They seem to like what I have to say
    When they see me out in public
    Women seem to look my way
    Women seem to treat me so gracious
    They sing me to sleep with a song
    But there always seems to be a problem
    Women don't seem to like me long

    Yeah yeah yeah
    Women seem to want me
    To stay with them all night
    We have so much in common
    Our futures really do seem bright
    Women seem to forgive me
    They seem to become my very good friends
    But when it comes time for a commitment
    The romance always seems to end

    They tell me all their stories
    We lay awake and talk all night
    Maybe it's me I don't know
    But in the morning there always seems to be some kind of fight

    La la la la la
    Well women seem to be so clever
    I love all the jokes that they tell
    Like my last boyfriend really hurt me in bed
    Hey but you seem to fit so well
    Women sure can hurt your feelings
    They can burn you down and not make a sound
    And then they call me up and say hey come over
    My husband has just left town

    They tell me all their stories
    We lay awake and laugh all night
    Maybe it's me I don't know
    But in the morning there always seems to be some kind of fight

    Women seem to love houses
    I've bought a couple for one or two
    Women seem to think all men are louses
    And I guess I think so too
    Women seem so much smarter
    Than your average Joe
    Women seem to be a little more intuitive
    And when they lie nobody knows

    Well women seem to know how to keep a secret
    They don't blabbermouth just for show
    Fifty percent of their charm is illusion
    And that is a good thing to know Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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