Rita Coodlige song "We're All Alone": anything unusual?

I’ve liked this song, written by Boz Scaggs, since I first heard it, although it was a while before I could make out most of the lyrics.
Outside the rain begins,
And it may never end…

But I was just wondering if there was anything special about the theme of the song, whether it’s merely a sweet and lovely tune (we sure need more of those these days) :slight_smile: or whether there’s something esoteric in what Ms. Coolidge is singing.
She also repeats the line “No need to call the man” or something like that…

I don’t think ol’ Boz was going too deep. The line you’re hearing is “No need to bother now”.