"Damsel In Distress" as written by Jamie O'neal, Pat Murphy and Jimmy Murphy....
Ooh, you got big muscles rippling
Underneath your shirt
I'm so glad to meet you, baby
Tell me, what do you do for work?

Me? I'm just a housewife
So sad and all alone
Desperate for a strong man
To help me fix my home

I know I must look a sight
In this, this flimsy little dress
Won't you try your very best
To save a damsel in distress?

I've got tasty treats to tempt you
Come and sit down on my couch
I'm sure it won't take long
To figure all my problems out

My home, it needs attention
It's such a big old mess
Take out your trusty tool
And save this damsel in distress

Now, you need no invitation, baby
Just walk in and shut the door
Follow the red rose petals
That I've left scattered on the floor

I'll be upstairs waiting
With a list of honey-do's
Customized and tailor-made
For a, a handy man like you

You know I'd be so grateful
If you'd come relieve my stress
Won't you heed my SOS
And save a damsel in distress?
Oh yeah, oh yeah

So sweet
I got the need if you're willing to please
Trust me
I make it so good that you won't wanna leave

I got tasty treats to tempt you
Come and sit down on my couch
I'm sure it won't take long
To figure all my problems out

My home, it needs attention
It's such a big old mess
Take out your trusty tool
And save this damsel in distress

Now what's a girl to do?
I'm just a, a damsel in, in distress, yeah
Oh, little old me, baby
What you want for dinner, baby?
Oh, yeah


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"Damsel in Distress" as written by Jimmy Murphy Jamie O'neal

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