I'm Not a Man

Album: World Peace Is None of Your Business (2014)
  • Don Juan
    Picaresque
    Wife beater vest
    Cold hand
    Ice man
    Warring cave man
    Well if this is what it takes to describe
    I'm not a man

    Wheeler, dealer
    Mover, shaker
    Casanova
    Beefaroni
    A-ho but lonely
    Well if this is what it takes to describe
    I'm not a man
    I'm not a man
    I'm something much bigger and better than
    A man

    Wise ass
    Smart ass
    Workaholic
    Thick-skinned
    Two-fisted hombre, olé
    Well if these are terms you'd use to describe

    Oh, I'm shaking
    Look at me I'm quaking
    True grit
    True blue
    Kill crazy
    So very manly of you
    You are the soldier
    Who won't get much older
    You are the slow Joe
    Who signed up to go

    Wolf down
    Wolf down
    T-bone steak
    Wolf down
    Cancer of the prostate

    Ways to sit
    And of course
    Ways to stand
    I'm not a man
    I'm not a man
    No big fat locker room
    Hockey jock
    Laughing
    I'm not a man
    I'd never kill or eat an animal, animal, an
    And I never would destroy this planet I'm on
    Well, what do you think I am?
    A man? Writer/s: STEVEN MORRISSEY, MARTIN JAMES BOORER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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