She's waiting
On the corner for him
She hopes he comes, 'cause if she don't get work
The bruises will come

Well, he's waiting
The pimp who says he loves her
But if she don't pick up, then she'll pay the rent
Some other way.

Then he sees her
Driving slowly closer
The price is arranged, and he knows of a place
That might suit them well

That might suit them well...

Well, after
He looks out of the window
Tries to see her undressing, her dirty reflection
She turns away

She said, "You must be
A lonely man to need me..."
Then he replies, No, I have a wife and three kids
And dinner is ready, I really must go

'Cause she's waiting
Hello, darling, now what did you do with your day?
And where are the children? I must say hello
Where are the children? I must say hello...

'Cause she's waiting
Hello, darling, now what did you do with your day?
And where are the children? I must say hello
Where are the children? I must say hello...


Lyrics submitted by PureSophist

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