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Baretta's Theme (Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow) lyrics

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TV Theme – Baretta's Theme (Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow) lyrics

Don't go to bed, with no price on your head, no, no (Don't do it), no, no
Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time (Don't do it) (Hurry up)
Keep your eye on the sparrow when the going gets narrow
(Don't do it) Don't do it

Don't roll the dice if you can't pay the price, no, no (Don't do it), don't do it
Don't run your feet down no dead end street, no, no (Don't do it) (Hurry up)
Just keep your eye on the sparrow when the going gets narrow
(Don't do it) Don't do it

Don't do me dirt or you're gonna get hurt (Don't do it)
Don't run away 'till you hear what I say, no, no (Don't do it) (Hurry up)
Keep your eye on the sparrow when the going gets narrow
(Don't do it) Don't do it

Ain't gonna fight with no thief in the night, oh no
(Well, well, well, well, well)



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