"Be Careful" as written by John Bettis and Peter Cincotti....
Her name was Juliette
Some girl that I just met
For dinner at this place
On Lafayette

When it was time to go
She gets the check and grabs my coat
And then she tells me
Now I'll walk you home

Well, I'm not liking what I hear
And what kind of hemisphere
Do the lions all
Get lead around by deer

You gotta be careful
Foolin' with nature
'Cause pretty soon nature
Will start foolin' with you

He took a mouthful
Of a little red apple
But that mouthful
Was a little too much to chew

I like equality
But if you're tellin' me
That equal means the same
I disagree

Girls are sugar, boys are spice
Mix 'em up, you pay the price
Never thinkin'
What you sacrificed

And now it's just too late
So how can you complain
That every Tarzan in the jungle
Acts like Jane

You gotta be careful
Foolin' with nature
'Cause pretty soon nature
Will start foolin' with you

He took a mouthful
Of a little red apple
But that mouthful
Was a little too much to chew

My apologies to all concerned
But it's a lesson every child has learned
If you play with fire
Your fingers might get burned

So let me get the door
And let me keep you warm
Why take less of me
When I could give you more

You gotta be careful
Foolin' with nature
'Cause pretty soon nature
Will start foolin' with you

So make me work harder
At gettin' you closer
'Cause the harder I'm workin'
The better you'll do


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