"Bip Bam Thank You Mam" as written by George Henry Jackson, Raymond Moore and Raymond Settle....
I don't lend my man
I don't lend my man
I don't mind, bein' a good neighbor
Lending my friends a helpin' hand
I don't mind, doin' them a favor
Just as long as I don't include my man
'For my money, I can live without
People, if you, you don't pay me back

I'll lend anything I got
As long as you understand, that I
Just don't lend my man, don't lend my man

I don't lend my man

You might say, I'm old-fashioned
You might say I'm livin', livin' in the past
I ain't knockin', nobody else's pain
But that man-swappin' just ain't my bag
You more than welcome to use my clothes, even my car
But when you're talkin bout using my man, girl
You've gone a little too far

I'll do anything for you, anything that I can
But I, just don't lend my man

I don't lend my man

I'm a fool (fool), I don't mind
See, I know everybody needs a little help some time
When you start talkin', bout rubbin' on my love-bone
Girl (girl), ya done rubbed me wrong

I'll lend anything I got
Long as you understand
That I, just don't lend my man
I don't lend my man
Borrow my booze (booze), don't lend my man
Borrow my car (car), I don't lend my man
Borrow my money (money), I don't lend my man


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"Bip Bam Thank You Mam" as written by Raymond Moore George Henry Jackson

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