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My bell, my bird
My cat (meow) my dog (ruff)

My bell is ringier than your bell
My bird can tweet tweet sweeter
My house is prettier than your house

Don't you wish
You could ring my bell
Come in my house
Sit and hear my bird
Like you did with me
When you had the key to my heart

My cat is kittier than your cat
My dog can bow wow louder
My jam is jellier than your jam

Don't you wish you could taste my jam
You could walk my dog by the hollow log
Like you did with me
When you had the key to my heart

I should hate you
And never date you
For all the trouble that you bring me
Still I sit alone by my telephone
For you to ring me

My bell in lonelier than your bell
My bird is not tweet tweeting
Hey, babe, I need a little loving

How'd you like to ring my bell
And come in my house
Sit and hear my bird
Like you did with me
When you had the key to my heart

I should hate you
And never date you
For all the trouble that you bring me
Still I sit alone by my telephone
For you to ring me

My bell in lonelier than your bell
My bird is not tweet tweeting
Hey, babe, I need a little loving

How'd you like to ring my bell
And come in my house
Sit and hear my bird
Like you did with me
When you had the key to my heart

My dog (ruff), my cat (meow)
My bird, my bell

Come on to my house



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