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Baby Don't Go lyrics

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Dwight Yoakam – Baby Don't Go lyrics

(sonny bono)

She never had a mother,
She hardly knew her dad
She's been in town for 18 years,
And I'm the only boy she's had

Chorus:

Oh baby don't go
Pretty baby please don't go
I love you so
Pretty baby don't go

I never had no money,
I bought at the second hand store
The way this old town laughs at me
I just can't take it no more

Said she can't stay
She's gonna be a lady someday

Chorus:

Oh baby don't go
Pretty baby please don't go
I love you so
Pretty baby don't go

When she gets to the city
Her tears will all be dry
My eyes will look so pretty,
No one's gonna know I cried
She's goin' away
Hey maybe she'll come back someday

Chorus:

Oh baby don't go
Pretty baby please don't go
I love you so
Pretty baby don't go
Oh baby don't go
Pretty baby please don't go
I love you so (I love you so)
Oh, pretty baby please don't go (I won't go, no no no)

Hey baby, oh baby, please baby don't go
(well I won't go, no)
Pretty baby please don't go
(I won't go, no)



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