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Kelly Willis – Little Honey lyrics

Little honey, are you goin' out tonight?
Little honey, I ain't lookin' for a fight
Little honey, you won't make me mad

If you tell me about a boyfriend, that you had
Who lied last night, made you sad
Left you cryin' by the side of the road
Left you cryin' to walk home all alone

Little honey, won't you please come over here
Little honey, we gotta get something clear
Little honey, if you don't answer me soon
You're comin' home tomorrow, to an empty room

The lights left on, the door open wide
Windows broken and your picture smashed
Windows broken and our bed covered with trash
I'm not lookin' for a fight
But little honey, are you goin' out tonight?

Little honey, won't you please come over here
Little honey, we gotta get something clear
Little honey, you won't make me mad

If you tell me about a boyfriend, that you had
You know I care, but what can I do?
Sit here waitin' for some lights on the road
Sit here waitin' till you come home alone

I'm not lookin' for a fight
But little honey, are you goin' out tonight?
I ain't lookin' for a fight
But little honey, are you goin' out tonight?



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