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Ben Harper – Whipping Boy lyrics

Well you can need me well I want you to and
You can feed me how I like that too but
Don't you lead me I won't follow you
Listen here I don't fear
I don't want to be your whipping boy

You can tease me how I want you to and
You can squeeze me baby I like that too
But don't you lead me I won't follow you
Listen here I don't fear
I don't want to be your whipping boy

You can hold me baby I want you to and
You can scold me yes I like that too but
Don't you lead me I won't follow you
Listen here I don't fear
I don't want to be your whipping boy

Well you can need me well I want you to and
You can feed me baby I like that too but
Don't you lead me I won't follow you
Listen here I don't fear
I don't want to be your whipping boy



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