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A Man Like You 


I’ve gone traveled so many places

My eyes have seen all kinds of faces

My heart’s been bent in all sorts of shapes but

It’s never loved a man like you


I felt that rain cold upon my skin

Burn like that dirty liquor whiskey, rye and gin

But you my darlin’ my favorite kind of sin

I’ll always love a man like you

I’ve never loved a man like you


All of these faces

These moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you

All of these faces, moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you, a man like….

A man like you


I’ll wear white

You’ll take my hand

Our friends will dance 

To the rhythm of the band 

And by your side I swear I will stand

Cuz I’ve never loved a man like you


Imagine us 

Thirty years from now

A ranch and some children 

In the fields we gon’ plow 

Thus to the lord, I solemnly vow

I’ll always love a man like you 

Cuz I never loved a man like you 


All of these faces

These moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you

All of these faces, moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you, a man like….

A man like you


When I lay my head on that final resting day and the 

Memories flash by, lights begin to sway

And I save my breath, I know what I will say

I’ve never loved a man like you


All of these faces

These moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you

All of these faces, moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you

All of these faces, moments

Don’t compare with

A man like you, a man like….

A man like you