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Regular guy

 Well I was born a Trinidadian
 Then I went to America
 I was living in the cold
 But I still like my hot pepper
 I live there along time
 But I never use a Yankee twang
 And every where I go
 People knows I’m a Trinidadian

 And I’m nothing special
 I am just a regular guy
 So woman if you love me
 Don’t expect the moon and sky

 But I am a romantic
 I like to romance the woman i love
 I will treat her like an angel
 Who just came from above?

 Everyday will bring her flowers
 And make her breakfast in bed
 Comfort her when she not feeling well
 Put oil and squeeze her head

 I will take you shopping
 And hold your bags in the mall
 And get you the smartest phone
 To talk to mom when she call

 A woman don’t want a player
 She wants a regular guy
 Some one who truly loves her?
 And will never make her cry

 I will make candle light dinner
 And stew chicken, red bean and rice
 And if you feeling thirsty
 Will give you cool drinks on ice

 Trinidad men love their women
 Value them more than diamond and gold
 He will give his woman his t-shirt
 And walk bare back in the cold

 So when comes loving you
 My love is bottomless
 Will make your life a vacation
 Full of joy and tenderness

 So beautiful woman
 You are my universe
 Will work morning, noon and night
 To put money in your purse

 And this is no sweet talk
 Cause I am just a regular guy
 But when I love a woman
 I will romance her till I die

 Yes I am just a Trinidadian
 Deep down to my bones
 And I really miss my woman
 So let me cal her on the phone

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