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Loretta Lynn – Happy Birthday lyrics

Well I know where you're going and who's gonna meet you there
I know how late you'll be coming home but guess who doesn't care
Tonight I'll step out too and since I won't be here
Happy birthday merry Christmas and happy New Year
My best wishes may be early but I'm not sticking around
To bake a cake for your birthday while you're out turnin' around
She can help you celebrate may she bring you lots of cheer
Happy birthday merry Christmas and happy New Year
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Now I've made my mind up late second's long enough
You think I don't mean it so you're gonna cold my blood
But I'll be busy packing while you're holding her near
Happy birthday merry Christmas and happy New Year
My best wishes may be early...
Happy birthday merry Christmas and happy happy New Year



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