"Baby Boy" as written by and Ini Kamoze Robert Waller....
The husband of your mother
And his only son
Placed a three way call to say that
Something was wrong

"We don't know when it happened
But it happened in a car
And we'd like to have your home address
Can you tell us where you are?"

Baby boy, don't mess around
You better lay your grudges down
And call me
'cause if we play your game
We're going to burn this family line
Oh baby boy

She was going after you
While you were coming after me
Heading in the wrong direction
She landed on the street

What could be so lonely
Tell me
What could be so cold
Breathing her last words
In the middle of the road

Baby boy, don't mess around
You better lay your grudges down
And call me
'cause if we play your game
We're going to burn this family line
Oh baby boy

Oh baby boy, don't mess around
You better lay your grudges down
And call me
'cause if we play your game
We're going to burn this family line

Oh baby boy don't mess around
You better put your bagage down
And call me
'cause if you change your name
We're going to break this family line
Oh baby boy


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"Baby Boy" as written by Christian Wargo

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