"Bicentennial Man" as written by Cole Alexander, Joseph Bradley, Ian St. Pe Brown and Jared Swilley....
I see you lookin'
But I never see you smile
Too bad it's that way
And we'll never reconcile
So this is the problem
I think it's plain to see
Just a modern woman
I'm just a modern me

Well the mind's always happenin', doing what they can
Well what can you expect from a bicentennial man?
I said the mind's always happenin', doing what they can
Well what can you expect from this bicentennial man?

If I had a penny, two cents I'd give to you
Then I'd want to be there
And you'd get what worth is due
If you try to test me
I think it's plain to see
You'll be a modern woman
I'll be a modern me

Well the mind's always happenin', doing what they can
Well what can you expect from a bicentennial man?
I said the mind's always happenin', doing what they can
Well what can you expect from this bicentennial man?


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"Bicentennial Man" as written by Ian St. Pe Brown Cole Alexander

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