"Primitive Man" as written by Edward Monroe Hill and Mark Daniel Sanders....
When you break it to your Mama
Break it to her gently
You wouldn't want to break her heart
When you lay it on you Daddy
Make sure he ain't been drinkin
Or he's liable to tear something apart
Make it clear before I walk up you walk
I didn't just crawl out from under a rock
But I'm a primitive man, I don't need much
Food and fire and my woman's touch
Warmed by the sun, cooled by the rain
Gunnin for pleasure and runnin from pain
I'm a easy ridin, truck drivin, law abidin
Primitive man
I hope you won't be offended
If we just go fishin
At that little bend on Crenshaw creek
Then head out some old dirt road
Runnin for the sunset
Just you and my truck and me
We might end up out on Lover's Lane
Me Tarzan, you Jane
I'm a primitive man, I don't need much
Food and fire and my woman's touch
Warmed by the sun, cooled by the rain
Gunnin for pleasure and runnin from pain
I'm a easy ridin, truck drivin, law abidin
Primitive man
Tell me what's the world comin to
what's a pretty girl like you doin with
A primitive man, I don't need much
Food and fire and my woman's touch
Warmed by the sun, cooled by the rain
Gunnin for pleasure and runnin from pain
I'm a easy ridin
Truck drivin
Law abidin
Yeah, well I'm
A primitive man, I don't need much
Food and fire and my woman's touch
Warmed by the sun, cooled by the rain
Gunnin' for pleasure and runnin from pain
I'm a easy ridin, truck drivin, law abidin
Primitive man
I'm a primitive man
I'm a primitive man
I'm a primitive man


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"Primitive Man" as written by Mark Daniel Sanders Edward Monroe Hill

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