I can't give you anything but love
Baby
That's the only thing I've plenty of
Baby
Dream awhile, scheme awhile, baby
We're sure to find, ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba
Happiness and I guess
All those things you, have ba-ba-ba-be-boo

Gee, I'd like to see you looking swell, ba-baby
Ba-ba-ba-be-boo
Diamond bracelets
Woolworth does not sell, baby
My little ba-ba-bay-ba-doe
Till that lucky day
Lucky day, you know darned well
Ba-be-bay, ba-ba-ba
I can't give you anything but love


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