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Conway Twitty – Candy lyrics

Candy came from L. A., California
He was a picture of a perfect man
His hair was styled and his silken suits were tailored
He drove a red imported sports sedan.

Candy was a travelling playboy
His heart was made of solid stone
He would find them, love them and then he'd leave them
Candy lived upon a throne.

My baby fell just like he wanted
Candy ruined our happy home
Baby's gotta a sweet tooth for Candy
But candy won't last long.

Well, baby's gotta sweet tooth for Candy
She's gonna find her taste is not so sweet
She thinks she has found a real Jim Dandy
We'll wait 'til she finds he's not for keeps.

Candy is a whole lot like him
Candy is sweet but when it's gone, it's gone
It'll melt away then tell me who's the sucker
Well, that's when my baby will come home.

My baby fell just like he wanted
Candy ruined our happy home
Baby's gotta a sweet tooth for Candy.
Awww, Candy won't last long.

Yeah, Candy you won't last long...



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