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Cinerama Lyrics
"Manhattan"

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I can't help staring when you're hardly wearing a thing
Your lascivious mouth is full of smiles
Your laughter echoes off the bathroom tiles
With your pretty hands folded sweetly in your lap
You make such a tantalizing trap

But who deserves your perfect curves and wiles?
Well, I can tell you now that it won't be me
Because my girlfriend's waiting patiently
And I have noticed that you're inclined to tease
So don't make this any harder for me

Oh, please don't look so confused
I guess you're seldom refused
You must think I'm insane
I'll be walking out knowing I won't get this chance again

You kissed me once and you got a response
And I know, after a kiss like that, some men would leave their wife
But I don't want to destroy my life
Just because you look at me that way
It doesn't mean that I'm about to stay

But I can hardly believe
That I'm about to just leave
Because some weird chromosome
Somewhere deep inside is calling me home

Oh, please don't look so confused
I guess you're seldom refused
You must think I'm insane
I'll be walking out knowing I won't get this chance again

Of course, I want to share your bed with you
But if I stay tonight, I can never go home

But I can hardly believe
That I'm about to just leave
Because some weird chromosome
Somewhere deep inside is calling me home

Oh, please don't look so confused
I guess you're seldom refused
You must think I'm insane
I'll be walking out knowing I won't get this chance again

I can hardly believe
That I'm about to just leave
Because some weird chromosome
Somewhere deep inside is calling me home

Oh, please don't look so confused
I guess you're seldom refused
You must think I'm insane
I'll be walking out knowing I won't get this chance again