She was into loving me
I was into being free
No one woman was ever going to get me to settle down
I chase a new one every day
I let the good ones slip away
Come all dressed up and I got nothing to do

Fallin' in love with the wrong one
Runnin' away from the strong one
Living my life like I've got something better to do
Lookin' to find me a real love
Out every night trying to steal love
Chasin' myself like a twentieth century fool

Sweet thing on the boulevard
He was rich and she was bored
Her old man's got a big car, he can buy her anything
She's looking for a little side romance
She took me home and made me dance
She slammed the door, never even asked me my name

Fallin' in love with the wrong one
Runnin' away from the strong one
Living my life like I've got something better to do
Lookin' to find me a real love
Out every night trying to steal love
Chasin' myself like a twentieth century fool

Put an end to running around
Found a girl and we settled down
Plain Jane girl who wanted to start us a family tree
I got the papers yesterday
She gets the house, I get to pay
Some guy wearing a tshirt is drinking my beer

Fallin' in love with the wrong one
Runnin' away from the strong one
Living my life like I've got something better to do
Lookin' to find me a real love
Out every night trying to steal love
Chasin' myself like a twentieth century fool


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Twentieth Century Fool song meanings
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