• Daisy, you
    Shouldn’t do the things you do
    But you’re just, so incapable of changing
    Your lie so well
    I could never even tell
    What were facts, in your artful rearranging
    But I came back for more
    I know after my face in the wrong you did
    'Cause I’m a Labrador
    And I run when the gun drops the dove again

    We first met, I was grant to be your pet
    Like a loud I want side but we call blazing
    But fetching you sticks
    Was the best the hand for sticks
    You got bored, you got mad and you got crazy
    I get back for more
    And you laughed in my face and you in
    'Cause I’m a Labrador,
    And I run when the gun drops the dove again

    Daisy, daisy, give me your answer
    Daisy, daisy, duke
    Remember good old how she waited at the stairs for you

    Daisy, I could almost feel the tear
    But let’s shine, in the time we have remaining
    You’re 12 out, but a dog is just a pound
    And believe me my dear I’m not complaining

    'Cause I came back for more
    'Cause I knew that you’ve done
    The best you could
    I’m a Labrador, and it’s me, who could see
    That was understood
    I come back for more
    Daisy, daisy, duke
    'Cause I’m a Labrador
    Yeah I come back for more
    I’m a Labrador
    Do, do, do, do, do, do. Writer/s: Aimee Mann
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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