"What'll You Do About Me" as written by and Dennis Linde....
All you wanted was a one night stand,
The fire of the wine, and the touch of a man,
But I fell in love and ruined all of your plans;
What'll you do about me?
Imagine the faces on your high class friends,
When I beat on the door and I beg to come in,
Screamin' "Come on, love me again;"
What'll you do about me?

You can change your number, you can change your name.
You can ride like Hell on a midnight train.
That's alright Mama, that's okay,
But what'll you do about me?

Picture your neighbors when you try to explain,
That good ol' boy standin' out in the rain,
With his nose on the window pane;
Lady, what'll you do about me?
What in the world are you plannin' to do,
When a man comes over just to visit with you,
And I'm on the porch with a two by two;
Tell me, what'll you do about me?

You can call your lawyer, you can call the Fuzz,
You can sound the alarm - wake the neighbors up.
Ain't no way to stop a man in love;
What'll you do about me?

All you wanted was a one night stand,
The fire of the wine, and the touch of a man,
But I fell in love and Baby here I am;
What'll you do about me?

You can change your number, you can change your name.
You can ride like Hell on a midnight train.
That's alright Mama, that's okay,
But what'll you do about me?


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"What'll You Do About Me" as written by Dennis Linde

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