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Paul Overstreet – Me And My Baby lyrics

She kept a turning that dial on the radio
Hoping she could find Fats Domino
But the DJ never played it no he never will
I guess he never heard about Blueberry Hill
We turned the radio off and we sang
And went out walking in the rain.

Me and my baby got a good old fashioned love
We ain't giving it up for nobody when the times get tough
As long as the world keeps spinning around this is where I'll be found
Here with my baby got a good thing going
(Me and my baby) and it keeps on growing
(Me and my baby) got a good old fashioned love, oh yeah, uh huh.

They say that old violins get better with time
But they don't get no better than this baby of mine
If I live to be a hundred and fifty years old
She'll still be the one that I want to hold
Though the times are changing fast
We're keeping something from the past.

Me and my baby got a good old fashioned love
We ain't giving it up for nobody when the times get tough
As long as the world keeps spinning around this is where I'll be found
Here with my baby got a good thing going
(Me and my baby) and it keeps on growing
(Me and my baby) got a good old fashioned love, oh yeah, uh huh



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