"Big Man" as written by Glen Larson and Bruce G Belland....
I was a big man yesterday, but boy you ought to see me now.
Well I talked big yesterday, but boy you ought to see me now.

I bragged too long that your love was strong,
There'd never be another guy.
But you said more when you whispered your goodbye.
Ooo, ooo....

I was a big man yesterday, but boy you ought to see me now.
I said that I was through with you,
That I didn't need you anyhow.
I said I didn't need you then, but boy you ought to see me now.

Those bragging words that you were mine
That there was no doubt,
Sounds empty now since half my life walked out.
Ooo ooo...

Half my life left me yesterday, and boy you ought to see me now.
If you would just forgive me, dear,
I'd never break another vow.
I broke so many yesterday, and boy you ought to see me now.

I couldn't see it yesterday, but now I know it's true.
The only thing that made me big was you.

I was a big man yesterday, boy you ought to see me now.
If you would only see me now,
If you would only see me now,
If you could only see me now,
If you could only see me now...


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"Big Man" as written by Glen Larson Bruce G Belland

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