"Man of the House" as written by Keith Lionel Urban and Vernon Wayne Rust....
Well I ain't proud of what I'm about to do
All alone up here with you
With the picture of your man
Face down upon the night stand, so he can't see
And I don't like running all the red lights here
Every time the coast is clear
Any time you need my lovin'
You know I'll come running, faithfully

[Chorus]
Cause he stays so busy with his money
And you, you get so lonely when he's gone
And me, I'm just your temporary lover
'Til your blues are gone
I'm the man of the house whenever he ain't home

Now the statues on the side of that big gate
They're laughing as I drive away
And I can't keep from thinking
Are they laughing at your old man or at me
And the only part that I don't like to play
Is the part when I get up and go away
I find it mighty hard
Just keeping this old heart tucked away
Cause he stays

[Chorus]

I'm the man of the house
When your other man ain't home


Lyrics submitted by CanonJoe

"Man of the House" as written by Vernon Wayne Rust Keith Lionel Urban

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group

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