"The Trouble With Men" as written by and David Lewis Gedge Graeme Lockhart Ramsay....
You walked right up to me with such a knowing smile
That I’d fallen for you already, by the time you’d kissed the man stood at my side

And, yes, I’m used to being someone whose chances are quite slim
But I still imagined seeing you leave the room with me instead of him

Don’t say: “Hello”
You’re far too gorgeous for me and I know that if you talk to me then I’ll raise my hopes up again
And I will spend all weekend wondering if you could be my girlfriend
Instead of loving my wife and getting on with my life

So there I go again
I guess that’s just the trouble with men
Which brings me to you

Don’t say: “Hello”
You’re far too gorgeous for me and I know that if I talk to you then I’ll raise my hopes up again
And I will spend all weekend wondering if you could be my girlfriend
Instead of loving my wife and getting on with my life


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