"Man" as written by and David Allan Stewart Annie Lennox....
Well, I was born an original sinner
I was born from original sin
And if I had a dollar bill for all the things I've done
There'd be a mountain of money piled up to my chin

My mother told me good, my mother told me strong
She said, "Be true to yourself and you can't go wrong
But there's just one thing that you must understand
You can fool with your brother but don't mess with a missionary man"

Don't mess with a missionary man
Don't mess with a missionary man

Well, the missionary man, he's got God in his side
He's got the saints and apostles backin' up from behind
Black eyed looks from those Bible books
He's a man with a mission, got a serious mind

There was a woman in the jungle and a monkey on a tree
The missionary man he was followin' me
He said, "Stop, what you're doing, get down upon your knees
I've a message for you that you better believe"

Don't mess with a missionary man
Don't mess with a missionary man

Well, I was born an original sinner
I was born from original sin
And if I had a dollar bill for all the things I've done
There'd be a mountain of money

You can fool with your brother
Don't mess with the missionary man
Missionary man
Following me




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"Missionary Man" as written by David Allan Stewart Annie Lennox

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