Who Sang I'm a Man? The Who

The Who My Generation cover art
writers: Ellas Mcdaniel
release date: 1965-12-3
genres: Rock Blues Pop
styles: Garage Rock/Rhythm & Blues/Beat/Mod
length: 3:24
producer: Shel Talmy
bass: John Entwistle
guitar: Pete Townshend
lead vocals: Roger Daltrey
percussion: Keith Moon
piano: Nicky Hopkins
vocal: Pete Townshend and John Entwistle
drums (drum set): Keith Moon
composer: Bo Diddley
lyricist: Bo Diddley
Now when I was a little boy 'bout the age of five
I had something in my pocket
Keep a lot of folks alive

Now I'm a man, I'm age twenty-one
You know baby, we can have a lotta fun
I'm a man, I spell, M A N

All you pretty women, stand in line
I can make love to you baby, in an hour's time
I'm a man, spelled M A N

I'm going back down to Kansas
To bring back the second cousin
Little John, the conqueroo
I'm a man, spelled M A N

The line I shoot will never miss
The way I make love to 'em, they can't resist
I'm a man, I spell M A N

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Out in the Street
  • 2 I Don’t Mind
  • 3 The Good’s Gone
  • 4 La-La-La-Lies
  • 5 Much Too Much
  • 6 My Generation
  • 7 The Kids Are Alright
  • 8 Please, Please, Please
  • 9 It’s Not True
  • 10 I’m a Man
  • 11 A Legal Matter
  • 12 The Ox