"Sugar Boy" as written by and Ted Brett/orton Barnes....
Sugar boy its all over now,
Sugar boy its all over now,
Ain't your loving,
But the things that you do,
Listen boy I'm getting tired of you,

Sugar boy what you trying to do,
Well I told you I loved you,
Now what more can I do,
Told you I loved you,
You beat my heart black and blue,
I told you I loved you,
Now what more can I do,
Do you want me to lay down
And die for you.

Sugar boy its all over now,
Sugar boy its all over now,
Went to the doctor,
Told me something was wrong,
Listen girl you shouldn't feel so alone.

Sugar boy what you trying to do,
Well I told you I loved you,
Now what more can I do,
Told you I loved you,
You beat my heart black and blue,
I told you I loved you,
Now what more can I do,
Do you want me to lay down
And die for you.

Lay down and die,
Lay down and die,
Well I'm not gonna lay down and die,
No I'm not gonna lay down and die,
Oh no I won't lay down and die,
Never gonna lay down and die,
Oh no I'm never gonna lay down and die for you,
Oh no I'm never gonna lay down and die for you,
I'm never gonna lay down and die.


Lyrics submitted by nicole

"Sugar Boy" as written by Beth Orton Ted Brett Barnes

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentIt's obvious this song is about a woman with a younger man that seemed to use her for her money. I love the lyrics "Told you I loved you / You beat my heart black and blue." So beautiful.
    nyssaneon December 18, 2005   Link

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