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The Invisible Man

This song is by Danny Michel and appears on the album Tales From The Invisible Man (2003).

If I stopped combing my hair,
If I stopped shaving my face.
Would you notice or care, or would it just be a waste.
If I stop changing my clothes,
If I stop watching my weight.
How far do I have to go, just what do I gotta say?

I'm the invisible man,
Everybody shakes my hand but you.
I'm the invisible man,
And the only body I want is you.

I walk in slowly with grace,
I hit a couple home runs.
I stand right up in your face,
Still I don't block out the sun.
So I go out on a limb,
I get true blue and sincere.
But I don't show up on film,
And I can't be seen in a mirror.

Some would sneak in ladies' locker rooms,
Or armoured trucks chock-full of jewels.
But I keep my hands where you can see them,
Any fool can see them.
Why can't you see them?

I know when I'm beat, and I know when to stay down.
With floppy shoes on my feet, and a big happy frown.

And I'm the invisible man.
Try and catch me if you can.
I'm the invisible man.
I'm right behind you (here I am) my friend.
I'm the invisible man.
Everybody shakes my hand but you,
I'm the invisble man. But the only body I want is you.

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