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Oh, baby, what you gonna do
Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
I'm sick and tired foolin' around with you

Oh, baby, what you gonna do
Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
I'm sick and tired foolin' around with you

Well, I get up in the mornin' fix you something to eat
Before I go to work I even brush your teeth
Come back in the evening you're still in bed
Got a rag tied 'round your head

Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
I'm sick and tired foolin' around with you

I'm tellin' you baby, change what you say
I'm tellin' you baby, you better change your ways
Yes, I'm telling you to stop that jive
Or you're gonna find yourself untied

Oh, baby, what you gonna do
Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
I'm sick and tired foolin' around with you

I'm tellin' you baby, you better change what you say
I'm tellin' you darlin', believe what I say
Yes, I'm telling you woman you better stop your jive
Or you're gonna find yourself untied

Oh, baby, what you gonna do
Whoa, baby, what you gonna do
I'm sick and tired foolin' around with you



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