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When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
(Isaac Hayes, David Porter)
Sam & Dave (Sam Moore and David Porter)
Pop Charts # 42 Feb 25, 1967




When something is wrong with my baby
Something is wrong with me
And if I know she is worried
Then I would feel that same misery

Baby we have so much together
We stand as one
And that's what makes it better
When something is wrong with my baby
Something is wrong with me

Now listen, just what, uh-huh, she means to me now
Oh you just wouldn't, you just wouldn't understand
People can say she's no good
But oh, she's my woman
And I know I'm her man
And if she's got a problem
Ooo-ooh I know, I know, I got to help her solve it

When something is wrong with my bab-ay (sho' nuff)
Something is wrong with me
Now, say it again
When something is wrong with my baby
Something is wrong with me
Oh hey, yeah.

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    When something is wrong with my camden nj something is wrng with me this use to be one of the greatest smallest cities in america, now it has fall to coruppted politicians, teacher and police officers, babies having babies, god please shower your mercy on this town that i truly love

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