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Taylor Dayne – Want Ads lyrics

Wanted young man single and free
Experience in love preferred
But we'll except a young trainee


Back home I find myself lost and all alone
My man isplaying the field the thrill is gone
He stays out all night saus he's with the boys


But lipstick on his collar
Perfume on him too
Tell's me he's been lying
I'll tell you what I'm gonna do


Gonna put it in the want ads
This girls in misery
Gonna put it in the want ads
Somebody rescue me


I spend my nights alone crying bitter tears
Although I cry a lot nobody really hears
And when I need him most he's never by my side
He's either playing cards or drinking at the bar


He thinks that I'm a fool
I'm going to the evening news


Gonna put it in the want ads
My man and I are through


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Wanted young man single and free
Experience in love preferred
But we'll except a young trainee


Lipstick on his collar
Perfume on him too
Tell's me he's been lying
I''m going to the evening news


Gonna put it in the want ads
This girls in misery ad lib



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