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May See Me When I'm On The Run You
May See Me When I'm All Undone You
May See Me Smoking A Cigarette You
May See Me And Try To Forget But
You Won't Forget You

Got The Eyes To Look For What You Saw And
When You Don't Win Or Lose I Guess You Draw I
Had To Leave I Guess You Had To Stay Don't
Come Looking Babe 'cause
If You Look Too Hard I
Might Just Look Away You

May See Me But You Never Know You
May See Me In Ohio You

Got The Eyes To Look For What You Saw And
When You Don't Win Or Lose I Guess You Draw I
Had To Leave I Guess You Had To Stay Don't
Come Looking Babe 'cause
If You Look Too Hard I
Might Just Look Away Don't

Come Looking Babe Don't
Come Looking Babe Cause
If You Look Too Hard You'll
Find Me In The Wrong Place You

Got The Eyes To Look For What You Saw And
When You Don't Win Or Lose I Guess You Draw I
Had To Leave I Guess You Had To Stay Don't
Come Looking Babe 'cause
If You Look Too Hard I
Might Just Look Away You

May See Me When I Ain't Got A Thing [thanks

To Allison For These Lyrics]



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