"One Man's Problem" as written by and Gary Michael Louris....
Just another Saturday
Time, she keeps slipping away
Just leaving me behind
Sun is peeking through my windowpane

These eyes, they only see rain
I can't believe that she's gone
I don't expect you to see
But she's important to me, babe

I guess it's just one man's problem
I heard that she went out to celebrate
Three cheers for her brilliant escape
From the prison we were in

Cars buzzing, people rushing everywhere
I've got my world, I guess they've got theirs
Guess it's time for moving on
I don't expect you to see

But she's important to me, babe
I guess it's just one man's problem
There's a sliver of a moon above our heads
Laughing at the little cares that follow us to bed

Meanwhile her bullets keep flying
I heard every word that she said
And they echo 'round my brain
I don't expect you to see

But she's important to me, babe
I guess it's just one man's problem


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"One Man's Problem" as written by Gary Michael Louris Gary Louris

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    General CommentThe guy had a relationship that was very important to him, and it is no longer, for whatever reason. He's over it, but he still loves the woman, but as a friend. He's in a relationship with someone else, and he's trying to explain to his new lover about how his old one is still an important part of his life.
    clasicrockon June 13, 2005   Link

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