"Wicked Man" as written by and Martin John Mccarrick Andrew James Cairns....
My C.V. reads a long list of mistakes and regrets
Bad decisions, aftermaths and unmade beds
I've plastered over cracks and tried to mend what I can
To you I'm still a wicked man

Well my C.V. reads a long list of unrights and some wrongs
I could explain but it would take me way too long
My wife is a robot, my baby's cot
Is a heavy-metal parking lot

I've tried to read a poetry to hold up his plan
I've tried like a sane but I buried the damned
I even sold my soul for a millions, not gold
I'll only drive when I am told

I'm a wicked man I get what I deserve
'Coz I'm a wicked man
A wicked man
A wicked man
Nurse, it's getting worse
You've got to, you got to, got to, got to, help me

Well, I've lied to myself so much I believe it's true
But all the hidden secrets you already knew
And all the unexplained that tore us apart
To them I'm just a tart with the heart

- Guitar solo -

I'm a wicked man I get what I deserve
'Coz I'm a wicked man
Wicked man
A wicked man
Nurse, it's getting worse
You've got to, you've got to, got to, got to, help me

My C.V. is a long list of mistakes and regrets
I bruise to remember, I drink to forget
I've plastered over cracks but you don't understand
To you I'm still a wicked man
To you I'm still a wicked man
To you I'm still a wicked man



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"Wicked Man" as written by Martin John Mccarrick Andrew James Cairns

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    General CommentIt's about Iggy Pop.

    A few corrections: The third verse goes:
    'From drudgery to buggery, a whole life is planned
    I tried like a saint, but I failed with the damned
    I even sold my soul for a beer that's not cold
    I'll only die when I am told'

    And it's tart with A heart, not THE heart.
    infotainment_ladon January 31, 2006   Link

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