The problem: So many women cried, "Men: mystery"
We really are easy if you treat us lovingly
We love to help you; show off masculinity
There's lots more; other ways than under covers
Sometimes he needs his space; bad habit to intrude
Do not bore or nag, demeaning: love will cost; nice, Miss, not rude
Your love: complete himself; men hate risk of being shrewed 
Your kind and giving ways will please your lover
Bliss: the days when pleased, your lover
You just make him feel phat, CatStand by your man
And let him breathe free
Thrill more, Andria Kilgore
Be darlin'. dear Arwen
And his, you will be
Ooh, never condemn, Em'
Be, NorCalGal, pal
Just take care of his aches, "Cakes"
Gals, listen to T.
Treat him real swell, Belle
So sweet: Melanie Lee
Like Christie Marie
Win his love for thee
You must believe me: Never leave your man in pain
There is more than *one* thing you can do to make him smile again
Your kind words alleviate that; speak good of him to friends
Telll them, your man: amaze!
Misled, not; wants your troth; don't sleep around; not right 
And when he leaves in the morning: "I can't wait until tonight!"
Don't ever dis him; and his ego size, just prop up: proper height
Works so hard, -- his hair grays, to feed you; love him
Works hard days; he needs your lovin'
You just give this a whirl, Girl
Make him a man's man:
Top banana, Susanna
You'll "Finnish" ere he 
Oh, make him intrigued, 2Eag'
Though sometimes, men will cuss much
Just lady-like be, see?
In bedroom, be free 
No stab-in-back flak
Go with your man's plan
Word and deed: bring your boy joy
Ignore p*ssin' on seat
Don't make a fuss, thus
Or your man, you'll nonplus much
Just follow your id, Fid
(Psst! Hey, you *and* me!)
 It's not in the dictionary as an active or passive verb: "to be the victim of a shrew" ... What power, to hold a Class A Poetic License! -- and presto: neologismic trick! (Real word "shrew" played on here is no relation to other real word, "shrewd", i. e., clever.)
 Although we usually think of "troth" in the sense of "betrothed" = "engaged (to be married)", assuming that we think of it at all, which, quite frankly, most of us don't (unless we're Shakespeare fanboys/girls), by itself, it also means "faithfulness, fidelity, or loyalty" -- as used here. By your troth, aren't you glad that you know that now? (i. e., "on your honor, by your solemn word")
 Most convoluTTed ever; probably deserve to be shot at dawn, except I never get up that early.
RoTTen pun: If you treat him right, he'll obey the rule that "Ladies always come first", heh heh ;) -- combined with an even Rotterdam pun on Ms. Viljanen's nationality. (yeah, I know Rotterdam is in the Netherlands. One bad pun deserves another.)
 One more way of restating the old description of the ideal woman: "A lady in the living room, and a wh*re in the bedroom".
Another way: always a lady in public, but when we get behind closed doors ...