Synchronicity Lyrics

Little did I know, though I probably should have
By the way you walked and talked and spoke and smoked
an dressed
You actually seemed to like me and so naturally I
You were after that thing, its the one thing, its

So I wined and dined you, hey, I love that kind of
And we blabbed about our backgrounds, how family life
is rough
We spoke of what we dreamed of, what we thought of,
what we did
Midway through the second bottle I admitted I had kids

But nothing seemed to throw you though I know you
better now
At the time my minor crime was figuring out how
To get you in my hotel room unclothed and in my bed
And proceed with the unspeakable, its better left

We went to see a friend of your and watch me on TV
Sheer coincidence you said, synchronicity
A full moon on a Friday night, the thirteenth of July
A man and two women in a room and on the screen the guy

Your friend, she liked me on the show, yeah she was
snowed for sure
Her body language got obscene, her demeanor less than
You started venting something wearing spleen upon your
You got sort of nervous, kind of anxious, had to leave

You told me on the freeway that you didn't sleep with
I put two and two together then I asked about your
It turns out she likes to hurt you and though she loved
my show
She too preferred the fairer sex I absorbed the blow

It turns out that you did like men but didn't like
their things
That hang down and all the hang-ups being with them
always brings
My brother is so practical; this is what he said:
You should have asked if it was cool to watch them both
in bed

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Songwriter(s): Loudon Wainwright
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