Throw me away
You can treat me like trash
But still I turn around babe
An' give ya all a my cash

You can send me far away
Somewhere down on the track, now
But just like a boomerang baby you know
I'll come right back

There ain't nothin' you can do, darlin'
To stop me from lovin' you
Oh, there's nothin' you can say, darlin'
Little girl, to drive me away

You can call me names
In the presence of my friend
That wouldn't hurt my feelin's
You know that wouldn't mean a thing

It's gonna take a miracle
To drive me away
I'll be around babe, until I'm old an' gray

There is nothin' you can do babe
To stop me from lovin' you
Oh, there's nothin' you can say, little girl
Darlin', to drive me away

Oh, hahaha, come on, ya'all
Well, alright

You can play with my heart
Like kids play with toys
I wouldn't give a damn
If ya tore it apart

You can walk all over me
Then treat me like dirt
So much in love wit' cha darlin'
I wouldn't even feel the hurt

There is nothin' you can do, babe
To stop me from lovin' you
No, there's nothin' you can say, little girl
Honey, to drive me away

'Cause I'm satisfied, with the love ya give
I love ya baby, an' I know it's for real
It's gonna take a miracle to drive me away
But I'll be lovin' ya darlin' until I'm old an' gray

There is nothin' you can do babe
To stop me from lovin' you
Hey, there is nothin' you can say, little girl
Honey to drive me away

Woo hoo hoo

Well, alright
Well, alright

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Ain't Nothing You Can Do Lyrics as written by Charles Lee Brooks

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