"Just a Little Bit" as written by and Couzens Fontaine Brown....
Your thinking that you love him
Your careering off the track
Your too busy doing nothing
You don't see that it won't last
When your strung across the age gap
All your friends spin down the drain
And your the proof of that old cliche
If I could only have my time again

Hand on-off the handle
Where's your self respect?
Your water up all sucked ending
Where's your measurement now?

Think your the artful Dodger
You can only dodge for so long
And when fate it pulls your plug out
You'll wonder what went wrong

Hand on-off your handle
Where's your self respect?
Your water up all sucked ending
Where's your measurement now?

There's no way back
No way back
Just a little bit
Just a little bit

When your stung across the age gap
All your friends speed down the train
And your to prune that old cliche
If I could only have my time again

Hand on-off the handle
Where's your self respect?
Your water up all sucked ending
Where's your measurement now?

Nowhere fast
Nowhere fast
Just a little bit
Just a little bit


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"Just a Little Bit" as written by Fontaine Brown

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