Is he Apollo, the man I
Would follow in Space above?
Is he a jewel, a fool,
Who would duel or die for love?
Poet? Philosopher? King?
My man is none of these things.
Though he's no wonder,
The only man under
The sun for me,
The one for me.

An ordinary guy, just the guy I go 'round with.
He's just another guy with his feet on the ground.
He's really sentimental, but he thinks he's tough.
A little temperamental, when the going gets rough.
An ordinary guy, sort of run-of-the-mill kind,
But he's the very guy who can give me a thrill,
'Cause when he takes me in his arms,
And says "You're my girl,"
He's no ordinary guy.
He's the best in the world.

Music and Lyrics copyright 1954-1979-1992-1998 by Louise Jackson Doyle

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