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Teresa Brewer – Mutual Admiration Society lyrics

We belong to a mutual
Admiration society
My baby and me
We belong to a mutual
Admiration society

I think he's handsome
And he's smart
He thinks that
I'm a work of art
I say that he's
The greatest man
And likewise he's
My biggest fan

I say his kisses
Are like wine
He says they're not
As good as mine
And that's the way
We pass the time of day

My baby and me
We belong to a mutual
Admiration society

We belong to a mutual
Admiration society
My baby and me
We belong to a mutual
Admiration society

He says, oh
You're the sweetest one
I say, no
You're the sweetest one
He claims that I'm a natural
When I say it's
Just the opposite

The only fighting
That we do is
Just who loves
Who more than who

And we go like that
From night til dawn
My baby and me

We belong to a mutual
Admiration society

Now I do not exaggerate
I think he's nothing
Short of great
He says that kind of flattery
Will get you any place with me

The way we carry on
It tends to just
Embarass all our friends
And that is how we'll
Still be years from now

My baby and me
We belong to a mutual
Admiration society
My baby and me
My baby and me



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