"Outskirts Of Town" as written by William Westley Weldon and Roy Jordan....
I'm gonna move, way out on the outskirts of town
I'm gonna move, way out on the outskirts of town
Baby, no I don't want nobody, woooo, always hangin' 'round

You know I'm gonna buy my groceries
And bring 'em home everyday
I'll never stop that grocery boy
And keep him away

That's why I'm gonna move, way out on the outskirts of town
Well then I won't have nobody
Always hangin' 'round

May seem funny, honey
Funny, funny can be
If we have any children
I want 'em to look all like me

That's why I'm gonna move, way out on the outskirts of town
Well then I won't have nobody
Always hangin' 'round


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"Outskirts of Town" as written by William Westley Weldon Roy Jordan

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