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(M. London)

Whoa, whoa, whoa
Baby you're out all night till the break of day
You put me down baby
Everything I say
Little by little baby
I'm losing you, that I can see
Bit by bit your love's slipping away from me

Now what you're doing baby
You know it ain't right
I'm worried about you darling
I can't sleep at night

Little by little baby
I'm losing you and I concede
Bit by bit your love's slipping away from me

You turn your head away when I try to kiss you
I get so lonely baby I...
Little by little baby
I'm losing you and I concede
(Why you pretty little son of a...)
Bit by bit your love's slipping away from me

Tried to trail you last night baby in my car
Scared I might find what I was looking for
Little by little baby I'm losing you to
Bit by bit your love is slipping away from me
(Say, what's his name?)

Baby you're out all night till the break of day
You put me down baby
Everything I say
Little by little baby
I'm losing you, that I can see
Bit by bit your love is slipping away from me
Bit by bit your love is slipping away from me

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