"Working Man" as written by and Tim Brantley....
Well, I'm not a poet
But I'm known for writing words
Well, take me or leave me
I'm just as scared of getting hurt as you
Well, I'm not a know-it-all
But I think I'm always right
Tonight, it's two steps back
But I wanna see you, wanna see you

And one word, I need just one word
I need you right on my side, I need you right on my side
I told you once and I will tell you again
This is love
Well, I'm just a simple man
I'm just a working man in love

They tore down them black gates, baby
At Northside and they're not through
It's just one of those places I go
To let the hard times roll and to think, to think of you
And where there were stairs
There's just those walls that we outgrew
It takes me back, it takes me there
And I wanna see you, wanna see you

And one word, I need just one word
I need you right on my side, I need you right on my side
I told you once and I will tell you again
This is love
I'm just a simple man
I'm just a working man in love

Oh...

Well, I'm not a poet
But I'm known for writing words
So, change your plans, I don't care
I wanna see you, I wanna see you

And one word, I need just one word
I need you right on my side, I need you right on my side
I told you once and I will tell you again
This is love
I'm just a simple man
I'm just a working man
Baby, I don't run around
I'll always be a steady hand
(Make it around)
If you want to be back in my arms, it's


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

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