Sometime He’s a She

Unfathomable Grace

In 1982 AD, Hall & Oates penned their top song, “Maneater.” It was one of their most famous ballads, and it remained at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks. The lyrics were as follows

She’ll only come out at nights
The lean and hungry type
Nothing is new
I’ve seen her here before
Watching and waiting
Ooh, she’s sittin’ with you
But her eyes are on the door

So many have paid to see
What you think
You’re gettin’ for free
The woman is wild
A she-cat tamed
By the purr of a Jaguar
Money’s the matter
If you’re in it for love
You ain’t gonna get too far

Oh-oh, here she comes
Watch out boy
She’ll chew you up
Oh-oh, here she comes
She’s a maneater

I wouldn’t if I were you
I know what she can do
She’s deadly man
And she could really rip your world apart

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