"The Man an' Me and You" as written by and Jeffrey Wayne/beard Bates....
Wake up Darlin, I've gotta go
The boss just called an he's got me low

Pick-up in Texas, drop-off in Maine
Then Ill then head back home to you again
Well, I hope you understand and miss me too
I'm just workin for the man an me an you

There's something about the way he shakes my hand
And says, Man, thank you
And then my paycheck reflects his gratitude
And that's enough with your sweet love
To keep these wheels a turnin
Down the road of life and on the highway too
While I'm workin for the man an me an you

Hello Darlin, I had to call
I'm just a mile outside of Arkansas

And I was thinkin, when I get home
About making love to you all night long
But I'm hold you with my heart until I do
An keep workin for the man an me an you

There's something about the way he shakes my hand
And says, Man, thank you
And then my paycheck reflects his gratitude
And that's enough with your sweet love
To keep these wheels a turnin
Down the road of life and on the highway too
While I'm workin for the man an me an you

Down the road of life and highway too
I'm just workin for the man an me an you


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"The Man an' Me and You" as written by Jeffrey Wayne Bates Jeff Bates

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