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Paul McCartney – Kansas City lyrics

Ahhh, Kansas City, gonna get my way back home, all yeah, yeah
I'm gain' to Kansas City, gonna get my baby back home, ah yeah yeah.
Well it's a long long time since my baby's been gone.

Ahh, Kansas City, gonna get my baby one time, ah yeah yeah
I'm goin' to Kansas City, gonna get my baby one time, ah yeah yeah
It's just one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine.

Hey hey hey hey (Hey hey hey hey)
Hey baby (Hey baby)
Ooh now girl (yeah girl)
I said yeah now come (welcome)
No no no no tell me baby what's been wrong with you?

Hey hey hey hey (Hey hey hey hey)
Hey now baby (yeah baby)
Ooh now girl (yeah girl)
I said yeah now come (welcome)
No no no no tell me baby what's been wrong with you?

I said bye bye bye baby bye
Ooh, so long, bye my baby, I'm gone
Yeah I said bye, bye, baby, bye bye bye...
Bye bye bye bye bye.
Oooh so long (so long) bye my baby, I'm gone
Yeah I said bye bye baby.



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