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It Would Be A Crime lyrics

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Tina Turner – It Would Be A Crime lyrics

Baby's got sunshine
Cause she dances through the rain
Momma's got a baby
So she smiles through the pain
Daddy's got a job
But he's tired and inspired for a change

Come out the window
You can see it from here
It's like a new found restoration
This nation is clear
They've got each other
And that's a whole more than some folks have
It would be a crime

A crime if the sun forgot to shine
A crime if the stars forgot to align
It would be a crime
If we don't find a way
To love somebody
It would be a crime

Now, I've got a dream and it started this way
I get myself early up in the morning
And it shines on my face
Anytime you can find a reason and a place
It'd be a crime

A crime if the sun forgot to shine
A crime if the stars forgot to align
It would be a crime
If we don't find a way
To love somebody
It would be a crime

Some days make you want your feet on the ground
Some days make you want to fly
Some people make you want to keep your head down
But you make me wanna try

A crime if the sun forgot to shine
A crime if the stars forgot to align
It would be a crime
If we don't find a way
It would be a crime



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