Yeah, come on lets see those hands

C'mon

I never met a girl
That makes me feel
The way that you do
(it?s alright)
The love in the town
That makes me ugly as hell
To say that you do
(Its outta sight)
So fee fi, fo fum
But look out baby, cause here I come.

And I?m giving you a love that?s true
So get ready, get ready
Gonna try to make you love me too
So get ready, get ready, ?cause here I come
(Get ready, ?cause here I come)
I?m on my way
(Get ready, ?cause here I come)

You wanna ??? with love
Well Baby I do
(it?s alright)
The time it takes to find I'm gonna miss you
(it?s outta sight)
So fiddley dee, fiddley dum
Look out baby, cause here I come.

I?m giving you a love that?s true
So get ready, get ready
Gonna try to make you love me too
So get ready, get ready, ?cause here I come
(Get ready, ?cause here I come)
I?m on my way, hey, yeah
(Get ready, ?cause here I come)

Gimme some horns

Hey, hey

So what are my friends supposed to do
Understand it
(It?s alright)
As long as I get to you before they do
The way I planned it
(It?s outta sight)
So fiddley dee, fiddley dum
Look out baby, ?cause here I come

I?m giving you a love that?s true
So get ready, c'mon, get ready
Gonna try to make you love me too
So get ready, get ready, ?cause here I come
Get ready, ?cause here I come
Get ready, ?cause here I come
Get ready, ?cause here I come
Get ready, ?cause here I come, yeah

Thank you Glasgow


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