"Some Men" as written by and Daryl Hall....
Some men call half way around the world
If they've got a phone game to play
Then again some men
They call their mom every day

Old boys drink bad beer and throw
The cans out in the street
Playboys sit and sip red wine
Some drink malt whiskey neat

And if you can, you talk about some men
Baby if you can, you can talk about some men
And if you can, you can talk about some men
Baby if you can, you can talk about some men

Colonels collect the animal heads
And hang their guns up on the wall
Corn balls watch a television
Pull a gun out in the hall

Crew-cut rainbows hang on streets
Hoping they'll find a friend
Odd balls running fast enough
They hope that they won't find their end

And if you can, you can talk about some men
Honey if you can, you can talk about some men
Baby if you can, you can talk about some men
Baby if you can, you can talk about some men, oh yeah

Sleep all night, work all day
Work all night, sleep all day
Drink all night, sick all day
Sick all night, drink all day
Sing all night, if you can

We ain't soldiers don't just generalize
No categories because it takes all kinds
You can sleep all night, you can work all day
You can trip all night, peak all day

If you can, you can talk about some men
If you can



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"Some Men" as written by Daryl Hall

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