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Terri Gibbs – Somebody's Knockin' lyrics

Somebodys knockin should I let him in,
Lord it's the devil would you look at him
I've heard about him but I never dreamed,
He'd have blue eyes and blue jeans

Well somebodys talkin, he's whispering to me,
Your place or my place, well, which will it be
I'm gittin weaker and he's comin on strong,
But I don't wanna go wrong

He must have tapped my telephone line,
He must have known I'm spendin my time alone
He says well have one heavenly night,
My fevers burnin, so he ought to be right at home

Somebodys knockin,
Somebodys knockin,
Oh Somebodys knockin

Somebodys knockin should I let him in,
Lord it's the devil would you look at him
I've heard about him but I never dreamed,
He'd have blue eyes and blue jeans

He must have tapped my telephone line,
He must have known I'm spendin my time alone
He says well have one heavenly night,
My fevers burnin, so he ought to be right at home

Somebodys knockin,
Somebodys knockin,
Oh Somebodys knockin



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