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Baby, Baby
Don’t you cry anymore
Mama’s gonna make it all better like before
Gonna wipe away your tears
Kiss away the pain
Mama’s gonna make it all better again

When I fell off
The merry-go-round
And dropped my ice cream come on the ground
Daddy bought me
A rainbow balloon
But I let loose of the string too soon
I remember
When ever I was hurt
Mama sang a little song
And it always worked

Baby, Baby
Don’t you cry anymore
Mama’s gonna make it all better like before
Gonna wipe away your tears
Kiss away the pain
Mama’s gonna make it all better again

Now I’m grown up
And left all alone
Cause my best friend just broke up my home
People warned me
But I laughed at them
I couldn’t see she was after him
She’s just using me
I can’t believe he’s gone
As I cry myself to sleep
I can hear this little song

Baby, Baby
Don’t you cry anymore
Mama’s gonna make it all better like before
Gonna wipe away your tears
Kiss away the pain
Mama’s gonna make it all better again

People say my head is in a cloud
When you’re not around
But they don’t know just what I’m thinking about
They don’t know what I’ve found
When the one you love is far away
You’ve got to improvise
So anytime I want you in my arms, all I do is close my eyes

I’m making love in my mind
I’m loving you all the time
I’m making love in my mind with you, to you

My imagination runs away
To almost anywhere
If I took a penny for my thoughts
I would be a millionaire

I’m making love in my mind
I’m loving you all the time
I’m making love in my mind to you, just you

Oh, I’m making love in my mind
I’m loving you all the time
I’m making love in my mind with you, to you, with you

Every night I used to get warm
By the bathroom heater
A cold one-bedroom house
My father was the neighborhood cheater
Oh, how I dreaded wearing
My one dress to the summer dance
Strutting along
With a back wood boy in baggy pants
How I dreamed to change my life some way
Or end it in a bayou bay
I wanted love, I always thought
But every man I loved I always caught
Wrapped up in another woman’s arms

One night I drove in and watch a drive-in movie
The hero rode a motorbike
And every word he said was groovy
He picked up a girl, who looked a lot like me
And rode her all around
The movie ended when they fell in love and settled down
How I dreamed to change my life some way
Or end it in a bayou bay
I wanted love, I always thought
But every man I loved I always caught
Wrapped up in another woman’s arms
Searching too hard, I fell in love with a married man
He gave me a son
And day and night, the back of his hand
Every morning when I woke up
I felt an empty space
He was living down at Rosie’s drinking up the whole damn place

One night I drove in and watch a drive-in movie
The hero rode a motorbike
And every word he said was groovy
He picked up a girl, who looked a lot like me
And rode her all around
The movie ended when they fell in love and settled down
How I dreamed to change my life some way
Or end it in a bayou bay
I wanted love, I always thought
But every man I loved I always caught
Wrapped up in another woman’s arms
Searching too hard, I fell in love with a married man
He gave me a son
And day and night, the back of his hand
Every morning when I woke up
I felt an empty space
He was living down at Rosie’s drinking up the whole damn place

I came to the city cause the folks back home
Thought I was pretty enough to make it
They bought me a ticket on a star-bound greyhound
I was on my way
But I landed in a dance hall
Part time money was all I could make

Saying hey mister, take a chance
It only costs you a dime a dance
And if you’re looking for romance
I’ll be nice to you
Hey mister, it’s so cold
When you don’t have someone to hold
I’ll do anything I’m told to do
Baby, I want you

At the time he was living with his wife and kids
She wasn’t giving him the love he needed
He poured out his troubles at the Sleepwell Motel
As I poured the wine
He said that he was gonna marry me
If she’d only let him go
So a worn-out promise
And a party gown keeps me in this town

Saying hey mister, take a chance
It only costs you a dime a dance
And if you’re looking for romance
I’ll be nice to you
Hey mister, it’s so cold
When you don’t have someone to hold
I’ll do anything I’m told to do
Baby, I want you

I was born in the wagon of a traveling show
My mama used to dance for the money they’d throw
Papa would do whatever he could
Preach a little gospel, sell a couple bottles of doctor good

Gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
We’d hear it from the people of the town
They’d call us gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And lay their money down

Picked up a boy just south of mobile
Gave him a ride, filled him with a hot meal
I was sixteen, he was twenty-one
Rode with us to Memphis
And papa would’ve shot him if he knew what he’d done

Gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
We’d hear it from the people of the town
They’d call us gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And lay their money down

I never had schooling but he taught me well
With his smooth southern style
Three months later I’m a gal in trouble
And I haven’t seen him for a while, uh-huh
I haven’t seen him for a while, uh-huh

She was born in the wagon of a traveling show
Her mama had to dance for the money they’d throw
Grandpa’d do whatever he could
Preach a little gospel, sell a couple bottles of doctor good

Gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
We’d hear it from the people of the town
They’d call us gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And lay their money down

Gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
We’d hear it from the people of the town
They’d call us gypsy’s, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And lay their money down