“You Just May Be the One” Lyrics

All men must
Have someone
Have someone
Who would never take for granted
All the pleasures and the fun
Someone to stand beside them
And you just may be the one

All men must
Have someone
Have someone
Who would never take for granted
All the pleasures and the fun
Someone to stand beside them
And you just may be the one

I saw when you walked by (Ah, ah)
The love light in your eyes (Ah)
And I knew I must try (Ah)
To win you more than as a friend (Ah, ah)
I’m starting near the end (Ah)
And here I go again (Ah)

All men must
Have someone
Have someone
Who would never take advantage
Of a love bright as the sun
Someone to stand beside them
And you just may be the one
Someone to understand them
And you just may be the one

Mike: Thank you.
Peter: Thank you. We’re gonna do for you now the first song we ever recorded all by ourselves. It’s called, the song is called “We Can Do It All By Ourselves”.
Micky: Test.
Davy: Now, listen, if you’re gonna throw things—
Micky: Oh!
Davy: —the first time one of us gets hit, I’m splitting. ’Cause if you’re gonna throw things—
Micky: Please don’t throw things.
Davy: Mike’s got a busted eye over there, his eye’s all cut, and it’s bloodshot and all funny, so if you throw things, and I get hit, I’m splitting.
Peter: Huh. We’ll have to do the concert without him.


Sources

  1. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 303.