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B'wana She No Home lyrics

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Carpenters – B'wana She No Home lyrics

Don't you ever invite your boyfriend here

I like to be here alone

You just answer the door and feed the deer

And fight the telephone

Got to learn these words and I know you will

Or I'll send you right back to Guayaquil

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home



Got to peel your eyes for the heat my dear

You got to froth and foam

Got to send away the mad puppeteer

Who seems to think this is home

I want you to speak the English right

I want you to smile and be polite

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home



I don't care if you drive my 350 honey

Don't let'em steal my chrome

I don't care if you spend all my money honey

Long as you leave me alone

I just want you to try and remember one thing

If somebody knocks or the telephone rings

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home

Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home



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