"Man In The Suitcase" as written by and Danny Kortchmar....
I'd invite you back to my place
I know it's mine because it holds my suitcase
It looks home to me all right
But it's a hundred miles from yesterday night

[Chorus]
Must I be the man in a suitcase?
Is it me, the man with the stranger's face?
Must I be the man in a suitcase?

Another key for my collection
For security, I race for my connection
Bird in a flying cage; you'll never get to know me well
The world's my oyster; a hotel room's a prison cell

[Chorus]

I'd invite you back to my place
I know it's mine because it holds my suitcase
It looks home to me all right
But it's a hundred miles from yesterday night

[Chorus]

Is it me, the man with the stranger's face?
Must I be the man in a suitcase?
Is it me, the man with the stranger's face?
Must I be the man in a suitcase?
Is it me, the man in a suitcase?


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"Man in the Suitcase" as written by Danny Kortchmar

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