"The Peacemaker" as written by George Brown, James Taylor, Curtis Fitzgerald Williams, Clifford Alanza Adams, Ronald Bell, Robert Bell, Dennis Thomas, Robert Mickens, Michael Arthur Ray and Claydes Smith....
Get out
Damn it

Close the door
Don't slam it

Let me be alone a while
To give my nerves a rest.

Whatever you do I love you
No matter what you do I love you
And I want to run out after you
But I don't know what's best

If you will take good care of me
I'll be your caretaker
You'll be the maker of the peace
And I'll be the peacemaker
If you will take good care of me
I'll be your caretaker
You'll be the maker of the peace
And I'll be the peacemaker.

Hours
Later

I hear the key in the front door
We look each other in the eye
A timid sorry pair

There's a little more conversation
A little more conversation
A battle's lost and a war is won
I think we've cleared the air

If you will take good care of me


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"The Peacemaker" as written by James Taylor George Brown

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