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Elizabeth Cook – All The Time lyrics

I'm crazy 'bout you baby it don't do no good
I could tell it to the movie out in Hollywood
I tell when I'm sober and I tell it on the wine
I tell it to the judge I love you all the time
I CHASE YOU DOWN THE MOUNTAIN AND I CHASE YOU UP THE CREEK
I CHASE YOU STARTIN SUNDAY THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK
NOW GO ASK YOUR MAMA AND SEE IF SHE DON'T MIND
YOU GOT TO KNOW BY NOW I LOVE YOU ALL THE TIME
YOU GOT TO KNOW BY NOW I LOVE YOU ALL THE TIME
Do you really wanna put this thing to bed
Do you wanna wander or do you wanna wed
Soon as I start thinkin everything is fine
You come up here askin' "Baby, what's my sign"



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