"I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard" as written by Dick Manning, Henry W. Petrie and Philip Wingate....
don't want to play in your yard,
I don't like you anymore.
You'll be sorry when you see me
Sliding down our cellar door.

You can't holler down our rain barrel,
You can't climb our apple tree,
I don't wanna play in your yard,
If you can't be good to me.

You can't holler down our rain barrel,
You can't climb our apple tree,
I don't wanna play in your yard,
If you can't be good to me.






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"I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard" as written by Henry W. Petrie Dick Manning

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