“You Just May Be the One” Lyrics

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

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
The love light in your eyes
And I knew I must try
To win you more than as a friend
I’m starting near the end
And here I go again

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

Micky: Thank you. Oh, this is Bill Chadwick, heh heh. Say hi to Bill.
Peter: Hi Billy.
Micky: Hi Bill.
Peter: Hi Billy! Everybody, come on, hi Billy. Thata way.
Micky: C-could we turn the house lights on for a second and see everybody out there? For just a second?
Peter: Yeah, let’s turn on the house lights a minute and see everybody out there for a second. Thank you for turning on the house—ah, there we go.
Micky: Ah!
Davy: Hi!
Micky: Hi!
Peter: Oh, aren’t there a lot of you! Huh. Glad to see you all here.
Micky: That’s nice. Thank you very much.
Mike: Hello, test. [???] looks better.
Peter: We’re not in, we’re not in test, Michael.
Mike: Yeah, it would looks better, [???]. It’s too loud in here.
Micky: Okay, I think we’ve got it now.
Peter: Good luck.
Micky: As you look into her eyes, you can tell she was the girl that I knew somewhere.


Sources

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