by Doug McNeel
I was running from love with a tear in my eye,
A scar on my heart from an ugly goodbye.
Seeking safe shelter from the masculine race,
I swore that I would never repeat my disgrace.
Tell me who can you trust in this dangerous world?
Lord help the heart of a vulnerable girl.
But thank God, I finally found him.
He’s my honey bun baby, my good looking guy
The dream of my life, the apple of my eye.
He’s a classical lover with an old fashioned plan.
He’s a God-fearing marrying man.
I was weary and worn out from one night stands
Looking for a lover who could be a true friend.
Cold hearts and hot bodies were bringing me down.
I was holding on to nothing with a cynical frown.
Back then I used to let them treat me like dirt,
But now I’m undergoing a romantic rebirth.
Thank God I finally found him.
He’s rough on the edges and he won’t wear a tie.
He’s a little bit stubborn with a touch of male pride.
But he keeps his promises, he’s gentle and kind.
He’s got a heart of pure gold and a beautiful mind.
Who could have imagined when we shared our first kiss
That reality could ever be as blissful as this.
Thank God that I finally found him.
"Marrying Man" © 2009 McNeel Music, L.L.C.