DON WILLIAMS


Rake And Ramblin' Man Lyrics

(Bob McDill)

(Recitation)
I ran into an old friend of mine the other day
We hadn't seen each other for quite a while
What he had to say to me hit me pretty hard
'Cause I think a lot of folks get started this way.

(Sing)
He said, I thought it would be so easy, another one-night stand
She seemed so warm and willing, rtight in the palm of my hand
Now it's three months ago last Wednesday since I woke up in her bed
Lord, I think I love her but I'm scared half to death.

'Cause you know I'm a rake and a rambling man free as an eagle flies
Well, look at me now and tell me true do I look like a daddy to you?
Oh, do I look like a daddy to you?

Now she's feeling' sick in the mornings, she can't get into her jeans
I spent my last ten dollars, bought her a second hand ring
I start to work next Monday, 'cause I just can't let her down
I've had me some good times but it's all changing' now.

You know I'm a rake and a rambling man free as an eagle flies
Well, look at me now and tell me true do I look like a daddy to you?
Oh, do I look like a daddy to you?

You know I'm a rake and a rambling man free as an eagle flies
Well, look at me now and tell me true do I look like a daddy to you?
Oh, do I look like a daddy to you?...

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