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Nat King Cole – Look Out For Love lyrics

Look out where you're going
There's danger ahead
The signal is showing
A definite red

Look out what you're doing
You're caught in a pot
Whatever she is brewing
Stay out of the pot

You better get wise, here's what I advise
When she sighs for a squeeze
Freeze, blame it on the breeze
Start to sneeze, get the measles

She'll get you off balance
Then suddenly shove duck
When she throws her hook out
Don't let your heart get took out
Pick up your pack and cook out
Oh look out, look out it's love

Look out where you're rowing
Stay close to the bank
That river is flowing
Right into a tank

Look out where you ramble
You're out on the loose
You're liable to amble
Ride into a noose

You better look out or better turn about
Like a trout
At the dam, scram, take it on the lamp
It's a jam, it's a stampede

She'll talk to her lawyer, where by and where of
She'll get the marriage book out
And she'll pick the perfect look out
Her welcome mask's been shook out
Oh look out, look out for love

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