"I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always" as written by Michael George 'chick' Churchill, Alvin Lee, Richard Lee and Leo Lyons....
Tell me baby, tell what's on your mind
Tell me baby, tell what's on your mind
Love you, baby, but I hate your hurtin' kind

Baby, baby, I've got news for you
Baby, baby, I've got news for you
Love you, baby, I don't know what to do

Baby, baby, what's on your worried mind
Baby, baby, what's on your worried mind
Love you, darlin', but I hate your hurtin' kind

Well, the moon looks lonesome, shining through the tree
The moon looks lonesome, shining through those trees
How do you look sad, when your baby packs up to leave

Baby, baby, what's on your worried mind
I say, baby, baby, what's on your worried mind
I don't cheat you, baby, I love you all the time

Love to hear my baby call my name
Love to hear my baby call my name
Cause now you've got a man, but I call those rings, call me

Tell me baby, tell what's on your mind
Tell me baby, tell what's on your mind
Love you, baby, but I hate your hurtin' kind

Baby, baby, what's all that wrong with you
Baby, baby, what's all that wrong with you
Love you baby, I don't know what to do

I may be wrong, but I won't be wrong always
I may be wrong, but I won't be wrong always
I love you, baby, love you in my own sweet way


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"I May Be Wrong But I Won't Be Wrong Always" as written by Leo Lyons Alvin Lee

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