Bed and Breakfast Man

Album: One Step Beyond (1979)
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  • Well, there's a man I know
    At least I used to years ago
    I didn't really mind
    He used to come round all the time

    Of course he had to be fed
    I had to give him a bed
    He used to kip on my sofa
    They used to call him a loafer

    I've heard he's changed a lot since then
    But some of his ways he just can't mend

    Till the other day
    When he'd offer to pay
    He didn't like his bed
    He earned all he'd ever had

    He didn't have no shame
    He was a master at his game
    He never showed his hand
    He was the bed and breakfast man

    Oh, he was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man
    He was, he was the bed and breakfast man Writer/s: CATHAL JOSEPH SMYTH, CHRISTOPHER JOHN FOREMAN, DANIEL MARK WOODGATE, GRAHAM MCPHERSON, LEE JAY THOMPSON, MARK WILLIAM BEDFORD, MICHAEL BARSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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