Where Did I Go Right?

Where did I go right?

What did I say?

How'd I get so lucky

That my life turned out this way?

Who'd have ever guessed

The future was so bright?

When will I wake up and find

That this was all a dream?

Where did I go right?

 

 

On the night we met

Well, I wasn't at my best

Now, I had seen an angel

But I wasn't really sure

If I could pass the angel test.

You were out of my league,

So imagine my surprise

When you kissed me anyway,

And as I walked away

I pondered why?

 

Where did I go right?

What did I say?

How'd I get so lucky

On this lucky, lucky day?

Who'd have ever guessed

The future was so bright?

When will I wake up and find

That this was all a dream?

Where did I go right?

 

On the day we wed

Well, I didn't have a dime

And even so this  

Beauty at my side

Made a promise to be mine!

And as I stood and tried

To hear the words the preacher said

I could only hear the sound

Of the question that was pounding

In my head:

 

Where did I go right?

What did I say?

How'd I get so lucky

On this monumental day?

Who'd have ever guessed

The future was so bright?

When will I wake up and find

That this was all a dream?

Where did I go right?

 

You know I can't tell you all the times that I've been wrong

The times I've well and truly sung my swan song

But those were all before I found a new direction

With the woman of my dreams!

 

And after all these years

My love will never end,

There's no one else

As beautiful to me,

As a lover or a friend

Through all the battles that we've won

And all the dragons that we've slain

To me you’re still the best,

And I ask myself the question

Once again:

 

Where did I go right?

What did I say?

How'd I get so lucky

All these years you've let me stay?

Who'd have ever guessed

The future was so bright?

When will I wake up and find

That this was all a dream?

Where did I go right?

We'll Show 'Em (A Good Man and a Good Woman)

Wedding bells

Man and wife

Don't need no one else

For your whole life

It's a long ride

 

I found out

That ain't true

When mine tempted yours

And took him from you

Left us both blue

 

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And if she thinks Mr. Step Out is now gonna stay in

She'll be cryin' when he strays on his woman again

And if he thinks a cheatin' wife is gonna be better than you

We'll show 'em what a good man and a good woman

(Good man and a good woman)

Show 'em what a good man and a good woman should do.

 

Should be true

Should be fair

Should be there when you

Say you'll be there

Show 'em you care

 

That's how you

Treated me

After their affair

Shook us both free

You revived me

 

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I've heard so many folks give some tired excuse like

"Everyone cheats so what's the use?"

But the Game of Love, it ain't for fools

You're never gonna win if you break the rules!

 

That's why I

Pledge to be

True to you as long

As you're with me

Be what you need

 

And I trust you

To stay mine

'Cause you went through the same

Emotional crime

At the same time

 

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Grown Up

We

We used to be

Childish and free

Riding those country lanes

Playing bicycle games

But then you

You filled out and grew

Made me feel something new

Now it’s not the same any more

It’s not a game any more

 

You used to be the neighbour kid and not a thing more

When did you turn into the perfect boy next door?

 

You make me feel like a Grown Up

You've blown up my innocence

I traded in my overalls

For lipstick and crinolines

I know you see it

I know you need it

Can't you see that you

Have to deal like a grown up

And own up

That you feel it too

 

I was a child

Then one day you smiled

Something in me went wild

I saw you through different eyes

Like you'd taken off a disguise

 

How can you be oblivious to my affection?

When you're the one responsible for this attraction?

 

You make me feel like a Grown Up

You've blown up my innocence

I traded in my overalls

For lipstick and crinolines

I know you see it

I know you need it

Can't you see that you

Have to deal like a grown up

And own up

That you feel it too

 

Papa said “Go Slow,”

“You’re only gonna be a little girl one time”

But Mama said “Oh no,”

“You gotta live your life in your prime”

 

And you make me feel like a Grown Up

You've blown up my innocence

I traded in my lemonade

For rum punch and cinnamon

I know you see it

I know you need it

Can't you see that you

Have to deal like a grown up

And own up that

You feel it too

I’ve grown up for you

I Don't Care What You're Wearing

You look cute

In an old track suit

It's oversize, but it can't disguise

Your attributes

But you come down

In an evening gown

And you look like a movie star from Tinseltown

You look fine

In your Calvin Klein

A girl in jeans with her magazines

And a glass of wine

You look great

Like a fashion plate

But fashion ain't the part

That I appreciate

'Cause you know

I Don't Care What You're Wearing

Because I love you just the same

Oh honey if I might be so daring

I think you'd look best

In a wedding dress

You look cute

In your birthday suit

Now I want to stay and play all day

With forbidden fruit

Later on
You put your clothes back on

And ask me how you look in your

Yves St. Laurent

But you know

I Don't Care What You're Wearing

I will always love you just the same

Now honey if I might be so daring

I think you'd look best

In a wedding dress

You'd look best

In a wedding dress

So just say yes!