How come a nice guy like you
Hasn’t been snapped up by some girl.
How come you haven’t settled down
On the edge of town,
Put down some roots and gathered moss
With a bouncing baby on each knee.
You should be drinking tea
Amongst the shining pots and pans
Watching kingfishers dancing
In and out of the forget-me-nots
As you look out on the place
That happiness has brought you to.
Say, how come a nice guy like you
Hasn’t been snapped up off the shelf.
Those girls should be beating down your door.
You need a girl to calm your bohemian ways,
To come into your life barefooted
With an open heart full of love.
You need a homemaker,
A spirit shaking troublemaker
To give you a kick up the behind.
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