"Macho Man (With a Marshmallow Heart)" as written by and Judy Welden James Godfrey....

He hops off his Harley and glides into the gym
Too shy to take notice all the girls are eying him
Without warming up, he lifts the heaviest weight
My heart skips a beat as I recall our first date

He often makes supper when I have to work late
Surprises me on my birthday with a home-made cake
He even runs errands for the old couple next door
He's a hunk for sure? but he's so much more

He's my macho man with a marshmallow heart
I knew he was special...right from the start
Looks that kill... buns of steel
He's not a dream.. No, he's for real
He's my macho man with a marshmallow heart
Yeah, a macho man with a marshmallow heart

He helps me with the shopping and he cuts the grass
Maintains my wheels.. Keeps that baby shinin' like glass
When I'm feelin? down he brings my favorite treats
Has a good word to say 'bout everyone he meets

He makes wooden toys for the poor kids in our town
He's there for his friends? never lets anyone down
And at his shop he gives good deals on car repairs
I'm thankful and so proud of all the love he shares


I'm so lucky to have my macho man
Thank God in heaven for my macho man
I'll love forever my macho man

My macho man with a marshmallow heart (2X)

lyrics: Judy Welden
Music: James Godfrey

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"Macho Man (With a Marshmallow Heart)" as written by Judy Welden James Godfrey


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