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Boy, Be A Man

I see the glances that youíre taking
When you think that Iím not looking,
And the way you wipe the palm sweat on your jeans when Iím nearby.
I know you couldnít give a damn about Home Ec and all that cooking,
But to be around me youíre prepared to live your life a lie.

And oh, yeah, thanks for that new pencil
During math the other day.
You didnít have to blush so hard when Paul and Amy saw it too.
So are you going to step up to the plate and give it all away,
Or are you too afraid to hear just what I might say back to you?

(Chorus)
Boy, be a man.
Whatís the worst that I can do?
So what if I turn you down in front of all your friends?
Boy, be a man.
íCos maybe I like you, too,
Your hesitationís driving me around the bend.

What make you think I donít get nervous
Just because I look like this?
A pretty face is no protection from lifeís ups and downs, you know.
Just like you, I get real nervous when I think of our first kiss,
And I need you to man up; heck all you have to sayís ďHello.Ē

(Chorus)
Boy, be a man.
Whatís the worst that I can do?
So what if I turn you down in front of all your friends?
Boy, be a man.
íCos maybe I like you, too,
Your hesitationís driving me around the bend.

(Middle)
I see you watching me.
I know you are afraid.
You donít know what Iíll say.
You think I am a babe.
Well, get your ass in gear.
Iím not some debutante.
So face your biggest fear,
To win the prize you want.

I see the glances that youíre taking
When you think that Iím not looking,
And the way you wipe the palm sweat on your jeans when Iím nearby.
I know you couldnít give a damn about Home Ec and all that cooking,
But to be around me youíre prepared to live your life a lie.

(Chorus)
Boy, be a man.
Whatís the worst that I can do?
So what if I turn you down in front of all your friends?
Boy, be a man.
íCos maybe I like you, too,
Your hesitationís driving me around the bend.

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