You know, yeah
You, you know what they're writing about
Baby, you, you know what they're talking about
Baby, you, you know what they're writing about
Baby you know, you know, what they're talking about
It's a thing called love down through the ages
It makes you want to cry sometimes
Makes you feel like you want to lay down and die sometimes
It make you high sometimes
But when you really get in it, in it, in it, in it
It lifts you right up

You know what they're
You know what
You know what they're talking about
Baby you, you, you, you, you, you, you, you, you, you know what
What they're writing about
It's so funny, it's so funny
It's love, baby
Ain't it a wonderful game, ain't it a wondeful, oh, a marvelous game
Yeah, ain't it a wonderful, ain't it a wonderful, ain't it a wonderful game?
And when there's no more words to say about love, I'll go

Y-y-y-y-y-y-yeah
Y-y-y-y-y-y-yeah
You know what I'm talking about

Meet me down, yeah, meet me down
Meet me down by the river, baby
Meet me down, meet me down, meet me by the river
Meet me down, meet me down, meet me by, by the water
Meet me down by the water
Baby, you know, I say you know what they're
You know what they're talking about
I want you to met me, meet me down by the pylons
Meet me down by the pylons
Meet me down by the pylons
Meet me down by the pylons

Meet me, ah, I said, meet me
I got something I wanna give you
I got something I wanna give you
I want you to meet me, I want you to meet me?
I want you to meet me, I want you to meet me, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you there?
Are you there, are you there, are you there?
I want you to meet me
And know, know, know, know, know, know
And know, know, know, and know, and know, and know, know, and know, and know
I want you to meet me, are you, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you, are you there?
I want you to meet me, there, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you there?
I want you to meet me, are you there?
And know, know, know, and know, and know, and know, are you there?
I want you to meet me
I want you to meet me


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