I'll let you be my baby, baby.
I'll even let you take care of me.
It's not because you've got any money;
You're good in bed, enough said.

I'll let you take me, break me, make me;
Only when I let you, don't mistake me.
He's not too clever; He's not well-read.
But he's good in bed, enough said.

All said and done, used to be for love;
My heart the torch by which I found my way.
Now, I'm not lost I have merely found
Much better ways by which to pass my days.

I'll let you be my baby, baby.
I'll play the damsel, you can save me.
No one can have you unless I'm dead;
'Cause you're good in bed, enough said.

All said and done, used to be for love;
My heart the torch by which I found my way.
Now, I'm not lost I have merely found
Much better ways by which to pass my days.

Hey, Hey, Ha ha ha, Hey, Hey

You're good in bed, enough said.

Hey, Hey, La la la la, Hey, Hey.

You're good in bed, enough said.

Hey, Hey, da da da da da, Hey, Hey.

You're good in bed, enough said.


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