"Man on a Mission" as written by Peter M Cincotti and John Bettis....
Ringing phone wakes you up, pulling you away
I forgot the end of the world was scheduled for today
Tell 'em you got things to do and one of them is me
Tell 'em that you got the flu, ah tell 'em anything

I'm a man who's on a mission
Waking up the woman sleeping in your eyes
Oh, I got a very strong suspicion
This could be the day that she's ready and she's waiting
So tell her it's okay to come on out and play

Look at you crawling back, smiling like a cat
Atta girl you ought to be proud blowing 'em off like that
Forget about what's on your mind, forget about your hair
Put your little hands in mine, ah put 'em anywhere

I'm a man who's on a mission
Waking up the woman sleeping in your eyes
Oh, I got a very strong suspicion
This could be the day that she's ready and she's waiting
So tell her it's okay to come on out and play

And I don't wanna talk today
Let's put the words away
Words don't matter anyway
For what I wanna say
What I wanna say

Put your mind into neutral
Close your eyes and just be Kama Sutra

For where I wanna go
You don't need a map to read
We'll find our way there naturally
And when your body is in motion
We can just sit back and let it lead the way

I'm a man who's on a mission
Waking up the woman sleeping in your eyes
Oh, I got a very strong suspicion
This could be the day that she's ready and she's waiting
So tell her it's okay to come on out and play

I'm a man who's on a mission
Waking up the woman sleeping in your eyes
Oh, I got a very strong suspicion
This could be the day
So tell her it's okay to come on out and play

Man who's on a mission


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"Man on a Mission" as written by Sly Dunbar Shawn Barrett

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