"You'd Better Change Your Ways" as written by Milt Gabler and William Greaves....
this morning you ssay that you love me
this evening you say that you want no part of me
baby you bette change your ways

you told me that you liked my kissin
then latter you said that there was something missin
baby you'd better change your ways

I tried my livin withmany a girl
they all said my style was out of this world
but you only call when you've nothing to do
I can't keep sittin and a freting for you

oh baby we could be so groovy
but your tears are only gonna make you loose me
baby you'd better change your ways

I tried lovin out on dozens of girls
they all said my style was out of this world
but you only call when you've nothing to do
I can't keep sittin and a freting for you

oh baby we could be so groovy
but your tears are only gonna make you loose me
baby you'd better change your ways


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"You'd Better Change Your Ways" as written by William Greaves Milt Gabler

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