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*****Erasure Lyrics*****
*****Version 1.0*****
Albums and be-Sides
-Painstakingly compiled and transcribed by John Setlik
(mg498a03@canisius.bitnet)
(Natina](Brandi)
Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh

Yo, yo (ooh yeah)
Let me explain this to you
See I'm not gonna let you run me
How we're gonna do it is...
very, very popular, but I just don't know whether it was a hit single. 



The Bee Gees version was first out on the movie soundtrack album Melody
heard the George Harrison version 'til we were mixing our album and the engineer brought it to the studio. I was/am really into the Leon Russell version
- Annie's Song album. It has also been released on The John Denver Collection - Calypso album, as a live version.

The world is fast becoming younger
know you've got your own version of the truth
There's only three things left now I can do
Deny, deny, deny

Well I was allegedly dropped 
By a truck
weeks in 1949
-competing versions charted by Bing Crosby (#4), Tennessee Ernie Ford (#9),
-Vaughn Monroe (#10), and Gordon MacRae (#14)
-sung by Vaughn
Peaked at # 2 in 1940, with competing versions by Dinah Shore at # 17 and by Bobby Byrne
	at # 19
Later charted by Perry Como (duet with Eddie
hoes like (Believe that daddy)
Now I do it for the ladies, do it for the ladies
I do cause I want to push a cat-eye Mercedes
I do it for my dudes, do
against me since the outset
9th got 'em fiending for an instrumental version of an album that ain't out yet
But now it's my outlet, and it feels so good
Kate, I'm honoured to have you, my daughter
Sing on my Chrstmas album with me
Here is a lovely song called Winter Wonderland
And maybe you could
Frutti, all over rootie,.....
A-wop-bop-a-loo-lop a-lop bam boo

I got a gal, named Sue,
She knows just what to do. .....
I've been to the east,
weeks in 1949
-competing versions charted by Bing Crosby (#4), Tennessee Ernie Ford (#9),
-Vaughn Monroe (#10), and Gordon MacRae (#14)
-sung by Vaughn
against me since the outset
9th got 'em fiending for an instrumental version of an album that ain't out yet
But now it's my outlet, and it feels so good
for the version on Mindsize.

In general terms, 'Do I?' was written to describe a struggle between reaching out to those who don't know the Lord,
Frutti, all over rootie,.....
A-wop-bop-a-loo-lop a-lop bam boo

I got a gal, named Sue,
She knows just what to do. .....
I've been to the east,
(I am only giving you the original lyrics, here.
There was a revised version for a film, Mississippi Belle, but since the movie
Was never released,
brutalizing women in
my music, man!"
"We don't do that in my music, man!  I'm tired of you saying that!"

Verse 1:  Fresh Kid Ice
We've got white-collar people
has not stickered my album, I made
TWO versions"
Verse 2: Brother Marquis
The First Amendment gave us freedom of speech
So what you sayin'? It
versions may include an intro:
Spending these lonesome evenings with nothing to do
But to live in dreams that I make up all by myself
Dreaming that you're
I can make no sense out of these things that I do
And I still put myself through this version of hell
Just put you through it too 

Yes, I know I
'm representing the Git It Boyz
This your boy Chingy
And matter of fact,
I wanna shout out everybody who had something to do with this album
The Features
This song was first released on the rhymes and reasons album. it is the only album it has been released on.

I told you that I loved you

You said
and we'll never subside
And we'll ride till the planets collide
And if you say that we do not ride
I'll tan you're fucking hide, RIDE!

Kyle's fingers be
the piano, go ahead

So how you guys like the album, you enjoy it?
Wow, I'm honored, thank you, very nice of you
I was trying to include a song in this