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Just a little lovin'
Early in the mornin'
Beats a cup of coffee
For starting off the day

Just a little lovin'
When the world is dawnin'
Makes you wake up feeling
Good things are coming your way

This old world
Wouldn't be half as bad
It wouldn't be half as sad
If each and everybody in it had, yeah

Just a little lovin'
Early in the mornin'
That little somethin' extra
To kinda see them through

Nothing turns the day on
Really gets it dawnin'
Like a little bit of lovin'
From some lovin' someone like you

This old world
Wouldn't be half as bad
It wouldn't be half as sad
If each and everybody in it had

Just a little lovin'
Early in the mornin'
Just a little lovin'
Early in the mornin'
Just a little, just a little

Nothing, no, nothing turns
Nothing turns the day on

Just a little lovin'
Oh, that's better than anything, oh, no
Just a little lovin'
Early in the mornin'
Just a little lovin', lovin'

Just a little, oh yeah, oh, yeah
Come on



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