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So your mama taught you right from wrong
And you wouldn't want to disappoint her
But you been lonesome a way too long
And what you don't know really won't hurt her

But don't be afraid to get out of the cold
Come on in where it's warm
'Cause you know
I wouldn't do you no harm

You've been a running baby
From love too long
Forget about your mama think about your daddy
Come on into my arms

Don't stand there
A shivering my arms are secured
Oh baby, you look so alone
Standing there all alone

Just close those big brown eyes
So what's in store
And I'll show you things
You never known on my own

So your mama taught you right from wrong
And you wouldn't want to disappoint her
But you been lonesome a way too long
And what you don't know really won't hurt her

But don't be afraid to get out of the cold
Come on in where it's warm
'Cause you know
I wouldn't do you no harm

You've been a running baby
From love too long
Forget about your mama think about your daddy
Come on into my arms
(Forget about your mama)
Think about your daddy
Come on into my arms



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