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Roger Daltrey – Single Man's Dilemma lyrics

(Blunstone)

Every evening I come down here
It's a heaven that I've found here
Just looking out at what is going on
I drank too much wine and whisky
It makes everything go misty
Oh I'd love to take you home with me tonight.

It's a single man's dilemma
Should he look away or tell her
That she's the sweetest thing he's ever seen
You know at first lines don't come easy
Will she listen when she sees me
But I'd love to take you home with me tonight
Oh I'd love to take you home with me tonight

Where are you going to my sweet lady
Have you got the time to save me
There ain't nothing wrong that true love wouldn't cure
But I never heard her answer
I guess I ain't no true romancer
Oh I'd love to take you home with me tonight
Oh I'd love to take you home with me tonight

When I woke it was 4: 30
And my God that girl was dirty
And I hoped that was the last I'd see of her
But in her place there was a letter
Saying I hope you soon feel better
Won't you come around and spend some time with me
Oh I usually charge but you can come for free
Oh I usually charge but you can come for free.



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/r/roger_daltrey/single_mans_dilemma.html

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