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You're Not Charlie Brown (And I'm Not Raggedy Ann) lyrics

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Donna Fargo – You're Not Charlie Brown (And I'm Not Raggedy Ann) lyrics

If I was yours and you were mine I'd spank your bottom every time
You drink too much and smoke too much or talk too much look who's talking
Sometimes I think how it would be if I loved you and you loved me
What we'd do differently than what we're doing now but I'm just talking
Cause you're not Charlie Brown and I'm not Raggedy Ann
And this ain't a little cigar band I'm wearing on my hand
We're not playing spin the battle in a world of make believe
Like the heros in a storybook that we can't wait to read

But I wonder if there's be any harm for you to hold me in your arms
And steal a kiss or two then I could forget about you
Listen to me talking no I'm not yours and you're not mine
And kissing on you'd be out of line
And the kind of hearts we have are the kind that break in two
Over people like me and you
Cause you're not Charlie Brown...
No you're not Charlie Brown...



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