"Relaxing with Bonnie Lou" as written by Kevin Coyne and Nick Cudworth....
Well, I got the fire, I got the home
My girl's near me, I'm never alone
She's so nice and she know
Just what to do, what to do
Oh I love you, girl, I love you, girl

Come here, baby, you're out of this world
You're my girl
I'm relaxing with Bonnie Lou, oh yeah

When I get home
I'm tired and full of woe
She follows me wherever I go
Pat my hair
Makes me sit on down, sit on down

Oh come here, baby, once again
I wanna love you since I don't know when
I'm relaxing, it ain't taxing
I'm relaxing with Bonnie Lou, oh yeah

Bonnie Lou, she's a cutie
Though she's fat and old
I love her, she loves me
My girl's never cold

Come here, baby
Oh show me what you can do
I've got my beady eyes on you
I wanna relax, I wanna relax
With my Bonnie Lou, oh yeah, oh

Well, Bonnie Lou, she's a cutie
Though she's fat and old
I love her, she loves me
My girl's never cold

So come here baby
Show me what you can do
I've got my beady eyes on you
I'm waiting here, waiting
For you to open the door

Yes, I love her and she loves me
She knows, she knows what to do
I'm relaxing, relaxing
With my Bonnie Lou, oh yes

Relaxing with my Bonnie Lou
She knows just what to do
When I come home, she's there
She knows how to care, yeah

Bonnie Lou, my Bonnie Lou
Bonnie Lou, my Bonnie Lou



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"Relaxing with Bonnie Lou" as written by Nick Cudworth Kevin Coyne

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