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Lucy Woodward – Babies lyrics
Singing lullabies to a doll in my arms
I was only five but I knew
I'd rock her to sleep, say goodnight to the stars
Someday our dreams will come true
Big old world in front of me that asks me what I want to be
Every time all I would say is

Babies, I want babies
I'd be the luckiest lady
Babies, I want babies
Pudgy and sweet I knew they would complete me somehow
I want babies right now

I'm finally looking seventeen
But something's different about me
With the boys on the couch making out
Everybody's getting high and drank too much of daddy's wine
But all I am thinking about is

Babies, I want babies
To have and to hold and to save me
Babies, I want babies
Cute little feet, I knew they would complete me somehow
I want babies right now

Right now
Someone to spend all my days with
Something to fill all the spaces
I got myself a full time job
Been hardly in and out of love
Still I can't fill the space
Other things can lead to happiness
Lots of money and success
But all I keep thinking about is

Babies
Babies, precious little babies
Babies, screaming drooling babies
Babies, goo goo ga ga babies
Pudgy and sweet I knew they would complete me somehow
I want babies right now
Will someone knock me up now
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