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Once upon a time
There was a boy and a girl....

I see you there throwin' pebbles at my window
It's 12 O'Clock, what you doin' up,
It's late for me yet something draws me closer
But Daddy's home, just my luck
Wanna hear your voice before I close my eyes
But baby, you better think twice...

Before you come around and tell me
Bedtime stories-better think twice
Before you come around and tell those
Bedtime Stories
Better take Daddy's advice

As much as I like a little danger
I have some rules by which I must abide,
So listen up if you want to have a future
Take it from me, you'd better run and hide

See you at school I'll catch you on the playground
But don't look my way when the sun goes down...

Before you come around and tell me
Bedtime stories-better think twice
Before you come around and tell those
Bedtime Stories
Better take Daddy's advice

I know we're much to young for love
So baby let's take it slowly... Ya, ya!

Don't you come around telling bedtime stories
Don't come around telling me those Bedtime Stories

Wanna hear your voice before I close my eyes
But baby, you better think twice...

Before you come around and tell me
Bedtime stories-better think twice
Before you come around and tell those
Bedtime Stories
Better take Daddy's advice



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