What I Can Do for You

Album: Tuesday Night Music Club (1993)
Charted: 43
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  • I'm so glad you're awake
    That you're not like the others
    'Cause they're so straight-laced
    And no fun
    Gosh that's nice
    That lingerie
    Makes me feel like
    Oh, I don't know

    You're a very pretty thing
    You remind me of someone
    You must have heard
    Some awful nasty things about me, but

    What I can do for you
    There's no one else
    On God's green earth can do
    What I can do for you
    There's no one else
    On God's green earth can do

    Just ask anybody
    They'll tell you that it's true
    There's no one else on earth
    Can do the things that I can do for you

    You're never gonna make it
    All by yourself
    You're gonna need a friend
    You're gonna need my help
    I have so much to offer
    If you just be nice
    If you do what I say
    And don't make me say it twice

    Do you mind if I just
    Rub my hand up thus
    Come on just my hand
    Come on just my hand
    You got to understand
    I'm gonna be your man
    I'm gonna be your man
    You're gonna need me Writer/s: DAVID FRANCIS BAERWALD, SHERYL SUZANNE CROW
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