I'm Just a Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like a Man)

Hall & Oates

credits


album: Track 5 in album Abandoned Luncheonette
release date: 1973
popularity : 5 users have visited this page.
length: 3:23
drums: Bernard "Pretty" Purdie
piano: Jerry Ricks
lead vocals: John Oates
bass: Gordon Edwards
acoustic guitar: John Oates
electric piano: Daryl Hall
electric guitar & Mellotron: Chris Bond
composer: John Oates

Album Information

label: Atlantic
country(area): United States
format: 12" Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Hall & Oates Abandoned Luncheonette cover art

Lyrics

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Little girl what's your name
now don't you go looking at me like that
you might see I'm ashamed - what's your name
Talk with me, won't you talk with me

Chorus:

Ooooooh pretty girl
It ain't too hip faking lines you ain't taking
but your lips make me say it that way
Now there's no use you resisting
this is the Cradle Thief insisting
I think you better let me have it my way
Fool around with me, come on mess around with me

Chorus:
Will you survive, learn to drive
I know you can't describe the dreams you want to be
either stay or get away
I'm not playing around, can't you tell the way I'm squeezing
your hand
I'm just a kid don't make me feel like a man

Silly girl I'm just playing
now did you think that I'd be nuts enough to try an' pick you up
don't you know it's a game - it's all a game I've been playing
but what'd you say your name was...
Walk with me... just around the corner baby maybe you could even
try to talk to me
Damn you talk to me!
Damn you talk to me!

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Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 When the Morning Comes
  • 2 Had I Known You Better Then
  • 3 Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)
  • 4 She's Gone
  • 5 I'm Just a Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like a Man)
  • 6 Abandoned Luncheonette
  • 7 Lady Rain
  • 8 Laughing Boy
  • 9 Everytime I Look at You