Baby can I take you home
Baby let me take you home
I'll love you all my life
You can bet I'll treat you right
If you'll just let me take you home

Baby can I dance with you
Baby can I dance with you
I'll do anything
In this God-Almighty world
If you'll just let me dance with you

Baby let I take you home
Baby let me take you home
I'll love you all my life
You bet I'll treat you right
If you'll just let me take you home

When I saw you baby
I couldn't ignore you
And I wanted you
For my girl
And when you said 'yeah'
I just couldn't care about
Anybody else in this world alone
You smiled at me baby
And I could see my life
Planned out ahead
You took my hand and it felt so good
And this is what you said
Baby won't you be my man
Baby won't you be my man'

Yes, I'll be your man
And I'll do the best I can
I want to be you man
That's all baby
Oh, see man see man baby
Baby, feel alright
Hey baby, its alright
So good
It's all right

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Baby Let Me Take You Home Lyrics as written by Wes Farrell Bert Russell

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    General Comment

    I think I know what this song is about...-wink wink- haha.

    melodyleeon August 29, 2007   Link
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    Song Meaning

    Love at first sight.

    He not only wants to take her home, he wants to marry her. Fortunately for him, she feels the same way.

    DCShannonon July 25, 2021   Link

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