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We've got trouble, somethin's just not right
Just this mornin' you cried about last night
You said that somethin's bound to break this time
What's breakin' is my heart
I can read between the lines
It's tearin' me apart
You've got leavin' on your mind

Chorus:

But you're my Angel Baby
Yes, you're my Angel Baby
Woah, you're my Angel Baby
For the rest of the night

Do you remember how it used to be
Lovin' was easier when you were lovin' me
I guess you found someone and now I find
What's breakin' is my heart
You've got leavin' on your mind

(Chorus)

What's breakin' is my heart
I can read between the lines
It's tearin' me apart
You've got leavin' on your mind

But you're my Angel Baby
For the rest of the night
(Angel Baby) the rest of the night
(Angel Baby, Angel Baby) the rest of the night
(Angel Baby) the rest of the night
(Angel Baby) the rest of the night



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    UnregisteredJan 26, 2012 at 10:44 pm
    Angel and baby were both terms of endearment and affection for men of the 50's and 60's to label "their" girl. There were very few songs in that era, where women were not referred to as "baby". There is no hidden meaning outside of she was his steady girl

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