"The Wanderer" as written by and Ernie Maresca....
Dance for me sweetheart while I strum my guitar,
You sure look pretty tonight,
I've just come off the road and I could use the company,
That would suit me just fine

Now I've seen a lot of special things around this world,
You can see them too, you can,
What's that you ask?
I have no name I have no name,
For I am known only as man,
I am known only as man

I'm a wanderer,
I have no place or time,
I'm just drifting on this lonely road of mine,
If you like you can come along with me,
But I promise you that I am not the man I used to be

Now you and I we've seen our share of ups and downs,
Somewhere we just lost hope,
I can't change the past but who cares?
Your love is all I've ever known,
Your love is all I've ever known

I'm a wanderer,
I have no place or time,
I'm just drifting on this lonely road of mine,
And if you would accept me for me,
Then I promise you that there's a better man inside of me
Then I promise you that there's a better man inside of me
Then I promise you that there's a better man inside of me

Dance for me sweetheart while I strum my guitar,
You sure look pretty tonight


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"The Wanderer" as written by Ernie Maresca

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    General CommentThis is my favorite Marc Broussard song. Everything from the way it starts, to the sweet lyrics, to Marc Broussard's soulful voice.

    "Dance for me sweetheart while I strum my guitar,
    You sure look pretty tonight"

    I love the image of that! Him playing his guitar and admiring the girl... it seems so sweet.
    Alielon January 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe music on this song is just so amazin. Thstrings in the background give that hometown feel you get from listening to country, and his voice is just so soulful.
    UhnointedFaithful1on July 20, 2006   Link

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