"In Honor of a Lady" as written by and Daryl F Hall....
I ferried my thoughts for quite a time
It's so hard for me to keep them
And if I put them down into this book
It might be easier to sleep then
And there's a lot of tunes that'll never be sung
Because the faith and rules and changes

And now I'm singing one last song
In honor of a lady who could turn my head around
And I'm thinking about her
A whoa and I'm thinking about her

Well Caroline came and then she went
We just couldn't get together
And then I tried a lot of different scenes
I couldn't find anything better
All my troubles made me think of a time
When I had a woman named Pauline
And now I'm singing one last song
In honor of a lady who could turn my head around

And I'm thinking about her
A wha and I'm thinking about her

Rafine had a tender smiley face don't always make a lady
You can pull it all out of a makeup case
While your mans in the parlor waiting
I believe I found the perfect girl
But I didn't have the sense to keep her

And now I'm singing one last song
In honor of a lady who could turn my head around
And I'm thinking about her
A whoa I'm thinking about her
I'm thinking about her


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"In Honor of a Lady" as written by Daryl F Hall

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