Can a Woman Mean So Much?
of my wife, she drained all my life,
and kept me away from the dreams I had.
a young boy I'd play that song,
With conviction, to a timeless tune.
were the bane of my life,
A drain on my resources,
I loved you, but oh,
What a waste of time.
I'm back now in the mainstream of life.
And I'm listenin' to the music of the world.
Well how can a woman mean so much,
When there are children dying - no food.
In my mind I see, contented people, no greed.
I spy with my little eye, people to be freed.
There's no coffee left in the jar today,
and it's the end of the world - priorities.
in the dustbin - life in an ashtray!
to the music:
Can A Woman Mean So Much?
1988 - 3:18 - BM150
for next song . . . .
John Buckingham 1988