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Dolly Parton – More Where That Came From lyrics

I've been through hell and half of Louisiana
Lookin' for a man like you
I know you could have any woman you want
And I know you've had a few
I know I've got some stiff competition
They ain't got nothin' on me
'Cause I've got something that you've been missin'
I practice what I preach

'Cause I wanna be your lover
I wanna be your friend
And I wanna be your full-time woman
Closer than your kin
I wanna be your satisfaction
Be your number one
And just when you think I can't love you any better
Well, I have just begun
'Cause there's more where that came from
There's more where that came from

And I want your clothes in my closet
My name on your mail
And I want my love to be your faucet
Drinkin' from an endless well
I want your kids to call me Mama
I want you to call me Hon
I wanna be the one you love and honor
When it's all been said and done

'Cause I wanna be your lover
I wanna be your friend
And I wanna be your full-time woman
Closer than your kin
I wanna be your satisfaction
Be your number one
And just when you think I can't love you any better
Well, I have just begun
'Cause there's more where that came from
That's right, there's more where that came from



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