I'll be okay,
Sleep in all day.
H-U-G-K-I-S-S
Hop on a new train,
don't bother with the mess.

White satin gown,
pink pearly clown.
H-U-G-K-I-S-S
Hop on a new train,
don't bother with the dress.

I don't want to be with a married man,
Plastic wheels on the baby pram.
Maybe that's just the way I am,
Eighteen wheels on an old tin can.

Are you pullin' my leg?
Why make me beg?
I don't want to be with a married man,
Plastic wheels on the baby pram.
Maybe that's just the way I am,
Eighteen wheels on an old tin can.
Hop on a new train,
love isn't like this.

I don't want to be with a married man,
Plastic wheels on the baby pram.
Maybe that's just the way I am,
Eighteen wheels on an old tin can.

Put the little boy on the pony ride
if you want to get the cracker jack prize inside.
Do you think I'm gonna let it slide?
The law is on my side.

H-U-G-K-I-S-S

Softly, I sigh:
"Live free, or die."


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Married Man (h-u-g-k-i-s-s) song meanings
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