"Solitaryman" as written by and Luis Olmedo Mauricio Androde....
He was a man, he was a priest
He was a child, he was a thief
Solitaryman

He, with no right became the one
To rule your mind
Over your mind
Solitaryman, solitaryman, yeah

He was a lie, he was a stiff
He was a girl, he was a myth
Solitaryman

He was a crowd, he was the wind
The one who blows
The dreams away from me
Solitaryman, solitaryman

Many days have passed
To hide the thousand miles
He rode behind the brothers
And the sisters who are rock and rolling
Solitaryman

He was a man, he was a priest
He was a child, he was a thief
Solitaryman

He was a lie, he was a stiff
He was a girl, he was a myth
Solitaryman, solitaryman

Many days have passed
To hide the thousand miles
He rode behind the brothers
And the sisters who are rock and rolling

Many days have passed
To hide the thousand miles
He rode behind the brothers
And the sisters who are rock and rolling


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"Solitaryman" as written by Luis Olmedo Luciano Barlaro

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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