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You could be my favorite song,
The way you stuck with me so long.
Your melody's catching me,
I'm humming your name when I'm driving.
If the radio picked up on your tune
No doubt you'd be a big hit soon,
I'd be requesting you, my favorite song.

My favorite song.
My favorite song.
My favorite song.

Now I know you're my favorite tune,
And I hope I hear it again real soon.
Your name stuck in my head,
It's a beat that I can't shed.
I'd make all my friends a tape
So they could hear and know how great,
You are, you are, you are, My favorite song.

My favorite song.
My favorite song.
My favorite song.

Not too fast but not too slow,
I could get used to your tempo.
We could sing it in harmony,
I'll back up and you sing lead,
'Cause I don't want to change it all that much,
I'd hate to ruin it with my touch.
I'd hate to foul you up, my favorite song.

My favorite song.
My favorite song.
My favorite song.



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