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If You Don't Come Back lyrics

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Elvis Presley – If You Don't Come Back lyrics

Woke up early in the morning
What did the poor boy find?
Well, the car was gone and you were gone
And I almost lost my mind

If you don't come back
(If you don't come back)
Yeah, if you don't come back today
(If you don't come back today)
You can call up the people at the crazy house
And take this crazy man away

Threw himself up against a stone wall
He tore his clothes at us all
Well, I ran out on the street in my stockinged feet
Tell the police I've been robbed

If you don't come back
(If you don't come back)
Yeah, if you don't come back today
(If you don't come back today)
You can tell all the people at the crazy house
To take this crazy man away

Mrs. Brown's been talking about me
To the people across the street
She said, “I cooked that boy a bucket of stew
But the poor thing just won't eat”

If you don't come back
(If you don't come back)
Ooh, if you don't come back today
(If you don't come back today)
You can call up the people at the crazy house
And take this crazy man away



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