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Words and Music by Ray Charles

C. 1956, 1959 by Progressive Music Publ. Co., Inc.
All rights controlled by Unichappell Music, Inc (Belinda Music, publ)

Let me tell you 'bout a boy (girl) I know.
He(She) is my baby and he (she) lives next door.

Ev'ry morning 'fore the sun come up,
He (she) brings my coffee in my fav'rite cup.
That's why I know, yes, I know,
Hallelujah, I just love him (her) so.

When I'm in trouble and I have no friends,
I know hel'll (she'll) go with me until the end.
Ev'rybody asks me how I know.
I smile at them and say he (she) told me so.
That's why I know, yes, I know,
Hallelujah, I just love him (her) so.

Now if I call him (her) on the telephone,
And tell him (her) that I'm all alone,
> > By the time I count from one to four,I hear him (her) on my door.

In the evening when the sun does down,
When there is nobody else around,
He (she) kisses me and he (she) holds me tight.
He (And) tells me "Baby, (Daddy) ev'ry thing's all right."

That's why I know, yes, I know,
Hallelujah, I just love him (her) so.

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