"You See The Trouble With Me" as written by and Barry/parker White....
I'm like a blind man who lost his way
I can't see nothin'
I'm like a deaf man who can't relay
Yeah, I can't hear nothin'

You see the trouble with me
I can't do nothin' without my baby
And as plain as can be
It's gonna drive me crazy

I walk the lonely streets late at night
Cold and lonely
Everything I do is wrong, never right
I'm lonely for her only

See the trouble with me
I can't do nothin' without my baby
And as plain as can be
It's gonna drive me crazy

See the trouble with me
I can't do nothin' without my baby
And as plain as can be, what do I do
It's gonna drive me crazy

See the trouble with me
I can't do nothin' without my baby
And as plain as can be, what do I do
It's gonna drive me crazy

See the trouble with me
I can do nothin' without my baby
And as plain as can be
It's gonna drive me crazy


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"You See the Trouble With Me" as written by Ray Erskine Parker Barry White

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