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6. I Am What I Am

If I were an astronaut, I'd bring you back a moon rock
You could put it on a bookshelf, with all your other whatnots
If I were a painter, I'd talk you into posing nude
Yeah, then you'd get paid to lay around all day and let me look at you
Now if I were a hitman, I'd take you cruising in my unmarked van
To kill some time sipping wine on the bean in a faraway land
If I were a preacher, I'd say a few extra prayers
So you could sleep in on Sunday and still be squared away with the man upstairs

But I am just what I am
Honey, I was born a music man
So I do what I know how to do
I string a few chords together and I sing about loving you

If I were an architect, I'd take my handy dandy pencil set
Design you a two-story, long home with a split level wrap-around sundeck
If I were a lumberjack, I'd have to climb up the tallest tree
Show you the little baby eagles that all the normal people never get to see

But I am just what I am
Honey, I was born a music man
So I do what I know how to do
I string a few chords together and I sing about loving you

Yes, I am just what I am
Honey, I was born a music man
So I do what I know how to do
I string a few chords together and I sing about loving

Spend all day just kissing and cuddling

Write these songs that are all about loving you