"Outskirts Of Town" as written by William Westley Weldon and Roy Jordan....
I'm gonna move you baby
Way on the outskirts of town
Oh I'm gonna move you darling
I said way on the outskirts of town
Because I don't want nobody
Who's always hanging around

Mmm, maybe funny baby
Funny as can be
We have any children
I want them all to look like me

Well I'll move you darling
Way on the outskirts of town
Because I don't want nobody
Nobody always hanging around

A move me a new baby
Way from here
I don't know how I can get no iceman out
I'm want to get me a Fridgidaire

We gonna move
Way out on the outskirts of town
I don't want no bully
Always hanging around

I'm gonna move darling
Way on the outskirts of town
I'm gonna move darling
Way, way on the outskirts of town
Because I don't want nobody
Always hanging around

It may seem funny, honey
Funny as can be
Have any children
Want them all to look like me

I'm gonna move you darling
All the way on the outskirts of town
Because I don't want nobody
Who's always hanging around
Oh, no no no no, yeah!


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"Outskirts of Town" as written by William Westley Weldon, Roy Jordan

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