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There's a man I know with no expression no not none at all

Have you ever ridden horses through a rainstorm
Or led a lion through a busy street bazaar
There are many things I'd like to turn you on to
But somehow I feel you're safer where you are

If you're looking for examples to refer to
Take a look around yourself I'm sure you'll find
There are many things to make your life much brighter
And I'd bet there's many more inside your mind

There's a man I know with no expression no not none at all

There's a man I know with no expression no not none at all

But I've never seen this man laughing
And come to think of it I've never seen him cry
But I might by sitting hear him singing
By and by he'll stop and sigh
He'll feel a breeze and then begin to freeze
As he thinks goodbye

Have you ever ridden horses through a rainstorm
Or led a lion through a busy street bazaar
There are many things I'd like to turn you on to
But somehow I feel you're safer where you are

There's a man I know with no expression no not none at all
There's a man with no expression
Man with no expression
Man with no expression



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