"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" as written by Jerome Kern, Oscar Ii Hammerstein, Alexandre Henri Frigot, Lucien Jean Boyer and Francois Joseph Charles Salabert....
Fish got to swim, birds got to fly
I got to love one man 'til I die
Can't help loving that man of mine

Maybe he's lazy, maybe he's slow
Maybe I'm crazy, maybe I know
Can't help loving that man of mine

And when he's away
That's a rainy day
But when he's back
The day is fine, the sun will shine
He can stay out as long as can be
For without him ain't no home for me
Can't help loving that man of mine
Show me...

Oh, fish got to swim, birds got to fly
I got to love one man 'til I die
Can't help loving that man of mine
Maybe he's crazy, maybe he's slow
Maybe I'm crazy, maybe I know
Can't help loving that man of mine

And when he's away
That's a rainy day
But when he's back
The day is fine, the sun will shine
He can stay out as long as can be
For without him ain't no home for me
Can't help loving that man of mine
Can't help loving, loving that man of mine
Can't help...help...help
Loving that man...man...man
Man of mine...mine...mine
I just can't help


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"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" as written by Oscar Ii Hammerstein Jerome Kern

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