(johnny cash)Roy orbison (sun 251, 1956)I love that hair, long an’ blackHangin’ down to the middle of your backDon’t cut it off whatever you doI need it to run my fingers through’cause you’re my baby, ah-ah, you’re my sugarDon’t mean maybe, you’re my babyGot me a dollar that I savedSaved it up for a rainy dayEverybody’s callin’ for bills that’s dueBut they don’t catch me, I’ll spend it on you’cause you’re my baby, ah-ah, you’re my sugarDon’t mean maybe, you’re my babyGot me a guitar, got a six stringsAnd a picker to make ’em ringEvery string’s gotta know what to do’cause I’m gonna use ’em to serenade you’cause you’re my baby, ah-ah, you’re my sugarDon’t mean maybe, you’re my babyWell I had me a gal, she said she’s mineBut she run around on me all the timeNow she’s gone an’ I’m glad we’re through’cause i-I’m plum-flipped over you’cause you’re my baby, ah-ah, you’re my sugarDon’t mean maybe, you’re my babyOh, baby-baby, yeah you’re my babyWell I don’t mean maybeYou drive me crazyI love you baby, you’re my babydoll
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You’re My Baby Lyrics

Roy Orbison – You’re My Baby Lyrics