Sometimes

Album: American Folk Songs For Children (1960)
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  • Way down yonder (sometime)
    Below the log (sometime)
    Bullfrog marry (sometime)
    His mother-in-law (sometime)
    Now let's get on board (sometime)
    I'm going to ball that Jack (sometime)
    Until my honey come back (sometime)
    I wanna rare back, jack (sometime)
    And get a hump in my back (sometime)
    I'm going over here (sometime)
    Gonna get my pal (sometime)
    Way down yonder (sometime)
    Below the log (sometime)
    Bullfrog marry (sometime)
    His mother-in-law (sometime)
    Now let's get on board (sometime)
    I'm going to ball that Jack (sometime)
    Until my honey come back (sometime)
    I wanna rare back, jack (sometime)
    And get a hump in my back (sometime)
    I'm going over here (sometime)
    Gonna get my pal Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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