Never been a woman, but I know the pain
The pain of labor and the warpath of age
I’ve been with so many and yet none have seen through
Despite their intuition, the extent of the ruse
Oh yeah, I’ve never been a woman

Why must I befriend each and every girl
I meet in the lively lit bars, this dying dark world?
I’m doped up on laughter and they always oblige
This emptiness in me with wet glassy eyes
Oh yeah, I’ve never been a woman
But they’ve given me my life

True love bears nothing in common with this
This constant amusement, some ceaseless caress
Yet I accept nothing, no price could be paid
The occasional miracle with Marissa or Jane
Oh now, I’ve never been a woman

My time here is so brief I cannot pretend
That I can sustain you like this ‘til the end
Don’t lie to the ladies, it does not take words
All it takes is an inkling that you, they can cure
Oh now, I’ve never been a woman
That much is sure

Wandering hunger, horny and corrupt
Lays waiting each moment while you tend
While you selflessly touch, satisfy and sate her
The only one in the room I can see
Who is really being pleasured is me, is me, is me
Oh now, I’ve never been a woman
But I have known pain


Lyrics submitted by maitinin, edited by smallwonderrobot

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