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(Dan Penn - Chuck Prophet)

I might bark at you and get a little loud
And embarrass you, someday in a crowd
Might run you 'round in circles, make you dizzy in the head
I might run you ragged once or twice, forget to get you fed

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But hold on tight, let it roll right over you
You should know I'd never do you no harm
'Cause I got a feelin' for ya
A real deep feelin'

Sometimes I get a little stubborn, feel like you're talking to a wall
It don't mean that I don't love you baby, it don't mean nothin' at all
Cans are made for kickin', kick it all night and day
When I get stuck on somethin' baby, nothin' can pull me away

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I hear bells a-ringin', it's coming down the street
I'm in the mood for something sticky, need my ice cream treat
The road may get rocky, and the ride may get rough
I might drive you crazy, you might think you've had enough

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A real deep feelin'
Something how I feel about you
Never let no one or nothin' mistreat you baby
Crazy as I am, I got a feelin'



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