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He's My Sunny Boy lyrics

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Diana Ross – He's My Sunny Boy lyrics

Sunny boy
Now let me tell you how much good
You've done me, boy
'Cause when I'm feelin' low
You give me plenty joy
Into each lives some rain must fall
But with you here, there's no rain at all

Sunny boy
He looks good in everything from silk to corduroy
(Or [Incomprehensible])
To see him, I'd walk from Idaho to Illinois
(Or anywhere)
Do anything to be with him
My sunshine when the world is dim

It's sunny boy, sunny boy
My pride and joy, sunny boy

Sunny boy
You made my life so sweet
It's just like honey, boy
And I love you so much till it ain't funny, boy
My cloudy days have been declouded
Since you're here, so keep on shinin'

Sunny boy, sunny boy
My pride and joy, hey, sunny boy
My honey boy
Now only your sweet lovin' can give me joy
I'm tryin' to tell the world
That you're my sunny boy



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