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I'd like to introduce myself
Though you've seen me 'round
Well, I'm a new man in town.

You won't recognize my smile
It's upside down
Well, I'm a new man in town.

When my baby left me
I even lost my pride
I changed over night
From Dr. Jekyl to Mr. Hyde.

I don't walk and talk the same
Since she put me down
Well, I'm a new man in town.

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I always had a great big smile
Wore my heart like a crown
Look how things have turned around.

She walked right out the door
Left Brown the clown
Well, I'm a new man in town.

There's somethings about me
You won't recognize
Like the way these bitter tears
Turn the color of my eyes.

I'm a-helpless self
I'm right to left
Bottom up to down
Well, I'm a new man in town.

Well, I'm a new man in town...



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