Thirteen Women (And One Man) - Dickie Thompson

Thirteen Women (And One Man)

Dickie Thompson

(D. Thompson, HERALD 424, 1954)

Well, there was a thirteen women and only one man in town
There was a thirteen women and only one man in town
And as funny as it may be
The one and only man in town was me
With thirteen women and only one man in town
I had two girls every morning
Serving my breakfast in bed
And I'm telling you Jack, one rubbed my back
While another one rubbed my head
Two girls to give me my money
Two girls to buy my clothes
And another sweet thing, bought me a diamond ring
About forty carats I suppose
Thirteen women and only one man in town
Yes, there was a-thirteen women and only one man in town
And Lord, I was having a ball
'Cause just like a fool I tried to love 'em all
Thirteen women and only one man in town
I had thirteen beautiful women
Givin' everything they could
Well, you that I was the only man alive
They sure kept me feeling good
Lord knows I was living
But just how long could I last
Then I decided I'd better say goodbye
'Cause these girls were driving me mad
Thirteen women and only one man in town
There was a-thirteen women and only one man in town
Well, I can't tell you where I been
'Cause I kinda think that someday I'll go back again
To those thirteen women and only one man in town
Imagine thirteen women and me the only one man in town
Thirteen women and me the only one man in town

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