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Two little kids
Riding on a three wheel bike
Turned out to be big ole kids
With a love that's out of sight

I can remember when
Your hair was longer than mine
Since you were a little girl
Your love is stronger than mine

Baby, you move me
Oh, child, you move me
Bet your bottom dollar, baby
You're never gonna lose me

Two little kids
Growing up and loving up
Together

Do you remember when we
Used to play along the beach
Yes, I do, baby, do you remember
Just one kiss from your sweet lips
Was so far out of my reach

You could sure still try
You know I did

When it would rain
We had to run for cover
Then I stole a kiss from you
From then on, I was your lover

Baby, you move me
Oh, child, you move me
Bet your bottom dollar, baby
You're never gonna lose me

Two little kids
Growing up and loving up
Together

I can remember when I used to
Chase you through the woods
Yeah, then you would catch me
And I'd tell you to behave
Like a little boy should

But you know I didn't
Yes, you did

When you chastised me
I would smile and blush
You were always doing things
Girl, to make me fuss

Baby, you move me
Oh, child, you move me
Bet your bottom dollar, baby
You're never gonna lose me

Two little kids
Growing up and loving up
Together

Two little kids
Growing up and loving up
Together...



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