"Sweet Lovin' Baby" as written by and Laura Nyro....
I belong
To the man
Don't belong without him
When I sleep without him
My dreams with God
Softly waiting
I belong to the man
Sweet lovin' baby
Oh sweet lovin' baby
I want you
I could almost die
He says
There's gold in you darling
Drew gold
When I woke her
She's an ole clain smoker
And the Preacher
Blown fleets of sweet eyed dreams
Natural windmill
Wheel weave and bless
My bed
My bed
My man
That's lovin baby
Oh sweet lovin baby
Where is the night luster?
Past my trials
Sparkling in flight
In your arms
For all my life.

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"Sweet Lovin' Baby" as written by Laura Nyro

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    General CommentOn "Season of Lights...Laura Nyro in Concert," she changes the lyrics to "I belong/to myself/sometimes I don't belong without him." I thought this notable.

    Nobody conveys emotion like Laura Nyro. Words don't do her justice; she was simply one of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen.
    just_old_lighton March 24, 2007   Link

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