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David Byron – Little By Little lyrics

Little by little
Bit by bit...

There's need to get you time out
I've made up my mind
I've found a new direction
And I'm making out fine
Leading in a hard day
Just taking my time
And the best thing I've got is I'm on the right line

Oh, I've made up mind
To do it little by little and bit by bit

Little by little and bit by bit...

If I never said I loved you
Did you find it absurd
The thing you didn't understand, girl
I'm a man of my word
There's plenty people talking
Searching impossible
The thing you must remember
They're just real as it hurts
I've made up my mind
Do it little by little and bit by bit...



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