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A MARRIED MAN >From the Broadway Show "Baker Street" (1965) (Marian Grudeff / Raymond Jessel) Peter Sallis (Broadway Production) - 1965 Richard Burton - 1965 Raymond Jessel - 2006 A married man, a married man How wonderful to be a married man For now I know life's purpose And its plan since time began A lonely man, I took a wife And added love and laughter to my life And now I know there's no one richer than A married man With two to share each happiness And two to bear each woe And, oh, the woes seem so much less And how the pleasures grow The bachelor, the bachelor I've lived his life and I have lived with her Well let him keep his so-called merry life As best he can But as for me I'd rather be A happy man, contented man A married man With two to share each happiness And two to bear each woe Then, oh, the woes seem so much less And how the pleasures grow The bachelor, the bachelor I've lived his life and I have lived with her Well let him keep his so-called merry life As best he can But as for me I'd rather be A happy man, contented man A married man (Contributed by Shelley Botka) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October 2006)

    


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