"I Got My Baby" as written by Bob Dipiero and Annie Roboff....
Diggin' around
Feelin' so down
Floatin' around like a feather
Nothin' but me

And all of my dreams
Trying to hold it together
Those were long days
Long days indeed

Could not avoid
I felt no joy
No relief

Everyone knows
When that's how it goes
It's usually bound to get better
So when you arrived

I looked in your eyes
And all I could see was forever
What a fine day
A fine day indeed

When you showed up I fell in love
Now look at me

I got my baby
I got those good times
Don't lack no sunshine
Baby I got you

Darlin', I find you're blowin' my mind
Every time that I hold you
Better than gold
The deeper we go

Nobody knows it like I do
These are sweet days
Sweet days indeed
A love that flows
Will always grow
Now can't you see

I got my baby
I got those good times
Don't lack no sunshine
Baby I got you

Red hot and no blues
Got no more bad news
I got my baby
Baby, I got you

And on and on
Oh what a love affair
And on and on
Oh, I will always be there
Yeah
Oh baby

I got my baby
I got those good times
Don't lack no sunshine
Baby I got you

Red hot and no blues
Got no more bad news
I got my baby
Baby, I got you

I got my baby
I got those good times
Don't lack no sunshine
Baby I got you

Yes, I do
Red hot and no blues
Got no more bad news


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"I Got My Baby" as written by Bob Dipiero Annie Roboff

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    General CommentIt's about being in a kind of rut in your life, then unexpectedly you fall in love at first sight and suddenly you're so happy and everything is just going your way for a change.
    daquon April 14, 2009   Link

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