"Chico (Painted Hands)" as written by Jennifer Vera Brown, William Ehrlichmann and Paul Pimsler....
In the middle of the night she struts around
A yellow taxi to the heart of downtown
Black stockings and a cocktail dress
Purple eyeshadow

It's so hard for her to meet a man
With a secret they women, understand
But her emotions are much deeper than...
The underground freak show

Now if a man feels like a woman
Does that make him less a man
If he hides the truth inside his painted hands

[Chorus]
No esta una chica
Un chico un chico
No esta una chica
Un chico un chico, claro

After hours under candlelight
She pulled a vision in a suit and tie
Masculine with a willing smile
They went home together

"You know I am, different than you think I am."
He leaned over by the bedside stand
The suit and tie had a gun in his hand
An affair to remember...

Chorus


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"Chico (Painted Hands)" as written by Jennifer Brown Billy Mann

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