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​Too Tough To Love

This song is by Robert Hazard and appears on the album Darling (1986).

She walked into the Satellite Club
In a dress that was much too tight
I watched her from a distance
Like something burning in the night

I made a move but she brushed me off
Like I was a piece of dirt
Someone ought to teach that girl
How a woman is supposed to flirt

She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love

She started drinking Manhattans
With some guys from the wrong side of town
She was ready for action
One by one she shot them down

I knew she knew I was looking
She hiked up her skirt
And looked at me with her cold blue eyes
She knew how much it hurt

She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love

She jumped into a taxi
And I slid through the door
As we sped down Forty-second Street
We made love on the floor

We did it all through Brooklyn
We made a stop at Broad
And I jumped out at the Queensboro bridge
But I'll be back for more

She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love

She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love
She's too tough to love

She's too tough to love