Awsome Wells Dickenson

(25-12-1991 / Tunbridge wells)

Thats Alright Baby


I'm leaving town tomorrow
Im leaving town for sure
Dont want to see your-
Sorry face no more, thats alright
Thats alright baby
I'm driving down the highway
Till i cant see your face no more
There will be no more loving
No more loving, but thats' alright
But thats alright baby
Because were not an item anymore
I'm leaving town tomorrow
I'm leaving town for sure
And baby i'll be driving
My silver and gold nineteen ninety four
But thats alright
Thats all right baby
I wont see your sorry face no more
Daa, daa, dee, dee, daa, daa, dee, dee
Dont need your loving
See you later baby
See you later baby
There will be no more loving
But thats all right baby
Yeah thats all right

Rajah seotember 2007

Submitted: Monday, September 17, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 09, 2011
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