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Nancy Sinatra – How Does That Grab You Darlin' lyrics

You came by at two o'clock,
You shoulda been by at ten
I said bye at three o'clock
And I ain't coming back again
Whoa!
How does that grab you, darlin'?
How does that mess your mind?
How does that grab you darlin'?
This girl is leavin' you behind.
You smart alec tom cat you!

When the sun goes down
And the moon comes up
I'm gonna go out and prowl oh ya!
Don't come lookin' for your pussy cat,
'Cause I won't be here

No how!
Whoa!
How does that grab you darlin'?
How does that mess your mind?
How does that grab you darlin'?
This girl is leavin' you behind.

Now you ain't nothin'
But an old tom cat,
Runnin' around my house
I'll tell you something
You old tom cat
You just lost your mouse
Whoa!

How does that grab you darlin'?
How does that mess your mind?
How does that grab you darlin'?
This girl is leavin' you behind.
There's more than one way
To skin a cat you know.
Prrr
Bye bye



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