Baby, I don't want you
(Baby, I don't want you)
Because you'll never need me
(Because you'll never need me)
No, you'll never need me
The way that I need you

It kills me that you're so contented
When you said "shoot" it was a shock
See, no one ever came on so demented
I almost got my heart out of hock

Well, I suppose it's the end of my lucky streak
Her man has got me by the balls (The balls, the balls)
Oh, goodbye, my lifelong lucky streak
If she calls
Say goodbye from
The flavor of the week

Well, I guess I should beware
Girls like that are always overdressed
Say, Maid Marian at a Renaissance Fair
Us Robin Hoods in tights are quite impressed

I suppose it's the end of my lucky streak
Her man has got me by the balls (The balls, the balls)
Well, goodbye, goodbye, my lifelong lucky streak
If she calls
Say goodbye from
The flavor of the week

Still, I'll be alone in Sherwood Forest
On the trail of the witch or the whore
I'll steal from the rich
And give to the poor
You might not be
The bitch you seem
But you might still be
A bore
A bore
A bore

Baby, I don't want you
(Baby, I don't want you)
Because you'll never need me
(Because you'll never need me)
No, you'll never need me
The way that I need you

Baby, I don't want you
(Baby, I don't want you)
Because you'll never need me
(Because you'll never need me)
No, you'll never need me
The way that I need someone


Lyrics submitted by Eamon

Maid Marian song meanings
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