"The Real Deal" as written by Robert Ellis Orrall, Curtis Wright and Billy Spencer....
I kept putting it off like I always do
Had one clean sock but a man needs two
So I drove on down to the wash 'n wear
I swear it was a hundred and ten there

She was folding her clothes by the coke machine
Hottest thing I'd ever seen
Cotton dress clinging to her like a glove
It took all of a minute to fall in love

I'd a bet you a hundred that I'd never find
That one in a million
That one of a kind
I was standing still, spinning my wheels
When I came face to face with the real deal

You're gonna need some help, she said with a smile
Or, boy, you're gonna be here a while
If you pay for dinner we can call it square
I took her hand and we took it from there

I'd a bet you a hundred that I'd never find
That one in a million
That one of a kind
I was standing still, spinning my wheels
When I came face to face with the real deal

Love's gonna do what love's gonna do
You can't make love happen to you
I was lookin' too hard for love that true
The real deal came out of the blue

I'd a bet you a hundred that I'd never find
That one in a million
That one of a kind
I was standing still, spinning my wheels
When I came face to face with the real deal

Now I know how good it feels
To come face to face with the real deal



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"The Real Deal" as written by Curtis Wright Billy Spencer

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