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Hugh X. Lewis – You're Not Here To Scold Me lyrics

(You're not here to scold me anymore)
I wipe my shoes when I come through the door and I quit dropping ashes on the floor
Every day I tidy up our room I've become an expert with the broom
I'm not with the guys night after night I don't stay out no more till broad day light
I don't do anything I did before oh but you're not here to scold me anymore
The silly little fights we had nobody understood
When I was bad then you got mad but even that was good
I changed a lot why I don't even snore oh but you're not here to scold me anymore
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My clothes I used to just throw down I now hang up myself
My razor blades and grooving aids I put back in the shelf
And I threw away that silly hat I wore oh but you're not here to scold me anymore



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