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Me and my baby’s got cabin fever
It’s been a long week and I’m gonna treat her
To a little get away, way back in the pines
Lay a blanket on the ground and watch the moon shine

Loving in the country feels a little sweeter
Me and my baby’s got cabin fever

It’s been a month of Sundays
Since we’ve had time alone
We’ll be back the first thing Monday
We need a break from the telephone

Take the kids to your mama’s
Drop the dog at the pound
Put the Coleman in the truck, stop and fill ‘er up
We’re heading out of this town

Me and my baby’s got cabin fever
It’s been a long week and I’m gonna treat her
To a little get away, way back in the pines
Lay a blanket on the ground and watch the moon shine

Loving in the country feels a little sweeter
Me and my baby’s got cabin fever

I can hear the crickets singing
Outside our window pane
Feels so good, I must be dreaming
She’s as soft as summer rain

It’s just a little bitty love shake
Tailor-made for two
A place to hide away and love the night away
And we’re a little overdue

Me and my baby’s got cabin fever
It’s been a long week and I’m gonna treat her
To a little get away, way back in the pines
Lay a blanket on the ground and watch the moon shine

Loving in the country feels a little sweeter
Me and my baby’s got cabin fever



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