Artisan – Post 142 – The Dangerous Kind

Artisan by Dan Joyce

©2017

Post 142

The Dangerous Kind

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The Dangerous Kind

Verses: C F G   Chorus: C Am F G   

She don’t wear makeup

Or sometimes too much

A black leather jacket

Not easy to touch

The kind I’ve been waiting

For most of my life

Looks like she’s hating

Cause she’s a switch knife

I like the dangerous kind

A girl who’s taking a side

The type who don’t really mind

I’m gonna make her mine

She likes to run on the streets

She likes the men with the meat

Tattoos on her arm

Lipstick and charm

And you don’t need to need her

You don’t need to feed her

You can’t be beside her

Cause she’s a hard rider

I like the dangerous kind

A girl who’s taking a side

The type who don’t really mind

I’m gonna make her mine

Instrumental

If you’ve got a minute

And wonder what’s in it

Go downtown to see it

You’ll never believe it

just take a shot of Tequila

Whenever you see her

She’ll never be freer

She’s my Sinorita

I like the dangerous kind

A girl who’s taking a side

The type who don’t really mind

I’m gonna make her mine

repeat

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Artisan – Post 141 – The Man I Am Today

Artisan by Dan Joyce

©2016

Post 141

The Man I Am Today

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The Man I am Today

Chords: G C Am D

If I were a handsome man

If I had a job

If I never danced with her

How much would I have lost

If I never held my child

And watched him walk away

Would I ever have become

The man I am today

 

If I never drank too much

Of fought when I was young

Could I even write these words

And put them in a song

Times were bad and times were good

There isn’t time to say

How much my life made me become

The man I am today

 

I wash the soap on thinning hair

And shadows on my eyes

And see a boy within the mirror

Whose face is filled with lines

To Italy to Hollywood

Yes I’ve had good times

They may not seem that much to you

These memories of mine

But in my heart I know it’s truth

Will lead to a grander day

And so I give myself to you

The man I am today

 

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