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My Man (Mon Homme)

This song is by Ella Fitzgerald and appears on the album Hello, Dolly! (1964).

It's cost me a lot
But there's one thing that I've got
It's my man
Cold and wet, tired you bet
But all that I soon forget
With my man

He's not much for looks
And no hero out of books
He's my man
Two or three girls has he
That he likes as well as me
But I love him

I don't know why I should
He isn't good
He isn't true
He beats me too
What can I do?

Oh, my man I love him so
He'll never know
All my life is just a spare
But I don't care
When he takes me in his arms
The world is bright, all right

What's the difference if I say
I'll go away, when I know
I'll come back on my knees someday?
For whatever my man is
I am his forever more

What's the difference if I say
I'll go away, when I know
I'll come back on my knees someday?
For whatever my man is
I am his forever more

Credits

Written by:

Jacques Charles; Ch. (Eng Lyr) Pollock; Albert Willemetz; Maurice Yvain

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