"I Can Make You a Man" as written by and Richard O'brien....
A weakling weighing ninety-eight pounds
Will get sand in his face
When kicked to the ground
And soon in the gym
With a determined chin
The sweat from his pores
As he works for his cause
Will make him glisten
And gleam
And with massage
And just a little bit of steam, haha
He'll be pink and quite clean
He'll be a strong man
Oh, honey, but the wrong man

He'll eat nutritious, high protein
And swallow raw eggs
Try to build up his shoulders
His chest, arms, and legs
Such an effort
If he only knew of my plan
In just seven days

I can make you a man

He'll do press-ups and chin-ups
Do the snatch, clean, and jerk
He thinks dynamic tension
Must be hard work
Such strenuous living
I just don't understand
When in just seven days
Oh, baby, I can make you a man


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"I Can Make You a Man" as written by Richard O'brien

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