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Don't keep on asking where I've been
I'm not some guy you discipline
Stop that crying
No use justifying
Baby, I changed the rules.

Don't keep me waiting at the door
I'm not some cat that you ignore
Keep on whining, and I'll keep on declining
Baby, I changed the rules.

You can't stop me from shooting the breeze
I always say and do as I please
But don't stop trying
You know I'm gratifying
Keep the pace
You're in the race
You feel the heat right by my side
Stay close, I'll take you for a ride
Stimulating
Really intoxicating
Baby, I changed the rules

You can't stop me from shooting the breeze
I always say and do as I please
But don't stop trying
You know I'm gratifying
Keep the pace
You're in the race
You feel the heat right by my side
Stay close, I'll take you for a ride
Stimulating
Really intoxicating
Baby, I changed the rules
I changed the rules
I changed the rules



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