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(rickey medlocke - ronnie vanzant)

Well, just keep on runnin' mama, 'till you can't run no more
You no your sister told your mama 'bout the boy next door
Well, I see your sugar daddy comin' around the corner
I wonder if he knows your the preacher's daughter, oh no

Well, I seen you through your window, baby, many times before
Yeah there's a hundred different lovers knockin' on your back door
Well, I see your sugar daddy comin' around the corner
I wonder if he knows your the preacher's daughter, oh no

Well, keep on runnin' mama, 'till you can't get no ?
You're just a no good woman lord, I ain't lyin'
Well, I see your sugar daddy comin' around the corner
I wonder if he knows your the preacher's daughter, oh no

And I'm takin' about the preacher's daughter
Doin' what she hadn't oughta
Gettin' on down
With every stud in town



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