"Do It Again" as written by George Gershwin and B.g. Desylva....
I'll do it again
If I have to love you from afar
You'll do it again
Before we get too far
And I'll hurt you again
Baby if you'll hurt me one more time

'Cause love that's bad
Is better than none
You know breaking up is half of the fun
And who would want a dream
That can't be real

I'll do it again
I will let you take me for a ride
You'll do it again
Start opening then hide
And I'll hurt you again
Baby if you'll hurt me one more time

'Cause love that's bad
Is better than none
You know breaking up is half of the fun
And who would want a dream
That can't be real
I'll do it again...

A love that's bad
Is better than none
You know breaking up is half of the fun
And who would want a dream
That can't be real

And I'll hurt you again
Baby if you'll hurt me one more time
'Cause love that's bad
Is better than none
You know breaking up is half of the fun
And who would want a dream
That can't be real
I'll do it again
I'll do it again


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"Do It Again" as written by Graham Russell

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