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I'm free as a bird in the wild blue yonder
Tonight I'm gonna hit town like a roll of thunder
Tonight I'm a-gonna paint the town
And show all the others just how to get around.

No more crying, no more moanin'
My baby walked out, she left me this mornin'
Free as a breeze, do as I please
And baby that's the life for me.

Well, I'm free as the breeze and I'm tired of steady datin'
Tired of sitting home crying and a-waiting
I've had a lot of time to do a lot of thinking
Who know tonight I might do a little drinking.

I don't have a care, I don't have a worry
I go where I please and I don't have to hurry
Free as the breeze, do as I please
And baby that's the life for me.

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She never thought, she never stopped datin'
But I don't care their's other girls a-waitin'
Starting tonight I'm gonna love 'em all
And never again will I ever fall.

She never changed after all of my tries
But never no more will I listen to her lies
Free as the breeze I do as I please
And baby that's the life for me.

Well, I'm free as the breeze and I'm tired of steady datin'
Tired of sitting home crying and a-waitin'
I've had a lot of time to do a lot of thinking
Who know tonight I may do a little drinking.

I don't have a care I don't have a worry
I go where I please and I don't have to hurry
Free as the breeze to do as I please
And baby that's the life for me...



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