"Maneater" as written by Daryl Hall, John Oates and Sara Allen....
She´ll only come out at night
The lean and hungry type
Nothing is new, I´ve seen her here before
Watching and waiting
Ooh, she´s sittin´ with you but her eyes are on the door

So many have paid to see
What you think you´re gettin´ for free
The woman is wild, a she-cat tamed by the purr of a Jaguar
Money´s the matter
If you´re in it for love, you ain´t gonna get too far

(Oh-oh, here she comes) Watch out boy she´ll chew you up
(Oh-oh, here she comes) She´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Watch out boy she´ll chew you up
(Oh-oh, here she comes) She´s a maneater

I wouldn´t if I were you
I know what she can do
She´s deadly man, she could really rip your world apart
Mind over matter
Ooh, the beauty is there but a beast is in the heart

(Oh-oh, here she comes) Watch out boy she´ll chew you up
(Oh-oh, here she comes) She´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Watch out boy she´ll chew you up
(Oh-oh, here she comes) She´s a maneater

------ saxophone ------
Ooh,
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Here she comes, Watch out boy she´ll chewyou up
(Whoa-oh, here she comes. Watch out) She´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes. She´s a maneater) Ooh, she´ll chew youup
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Here she comes, she´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes. Watch out) She´ll only come out at night,ooh
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Here she comes, she´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes. She´s a maneater) The woman is wild,woo
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Here she comes. Watch out boy, watch outboy
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Oh, watch out, watch out, watch out,watch out
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Yeah, yeah, she´s a maneater
(Oh-oh, here she comes. She´s a maneater) She´s watching andwaiting, ooh
(Oh-oh, here she comes) Oh, she´s a maneater


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"Maneater" as written by John Oates Sara Allen

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