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Baby, Won't You Please Come Home lyrics

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Ella Fitzgerald – Baby, Won't You Please Come Home lyrics

Bill Bailey, won't you please come home
'Cause your mama's all alone
I have tried in vain, never no more to call your name

When you left you broke my heart
Because I never thought we'd part
Ev'ry hour in the day... You will hear me say
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home

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When you left you broke my heart
Because I never thought we'd part
Ev'ry hour in the day... You will hear me say
Bill Baily, Bill Bailey
Bill Bailey won't you please come home
'Cause your mama needs some lovin'
Bill Bailey won't you please come on home



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