The sun shone through the window as I lay down on your carpet
Staring at the speakers, pretending to be tortured
And I never moved a muscle
No, I never moved a muscle

The sunlight turned to shadows, and the minutes turned to hours
Somebody turned the lights on; there was conversation, laughter
And you know just what I'm after, you know just what I'm after
You will look at me, and your curiosity is gonna get the better of you, will get the better of you

Standing next to me now, she's in the air I breathe
She says, "I'm marrying a rich man, but he still thinks I'm a virgin
So I need a little action, I need a little fun
I need a good Samaritan, good Samaritan, good Samaritan, good Samaritan."

We raged around our cages until all the doors lay open
Then we fell upon each other in the fury and the frenzy
And we fought like Gods of Thunder, and we played like fives and under
And the only screams that mattered turn to whispers in my ear
You're my good Samaritan, you're my good Samaritan, you're my good Samaritan
You're my good Samaritan

Walking down the street, they make such a lovely couple
And she freezes when she sees me, but she don't have to worry
'Cause I needed something deeper, I needed something longer
She said, "People who are weaker need people who are stronger."
And I don't know what possessed you; was I just a one-night stand
And not your good Samaritan, good Samaritan, good Samaritan, good Samaritan?

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"Good Samaritan" as written by Ian Hunter

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