Too Weak To Fight

Album: The Dynamic Clarence Carter (1968)
Charted: 13
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  • There is something baby about you
    That's really attracting me, yeah
    And your sweet love darling
    Really got a hold on me yeah

    I've got a little taste of your love
    And now I'm hooked on you, yeah
    And I keep falling
    Falling but what can I do?

    I'm too weak to fight
    Listen to me baby
    Too weak to fight, yeah

    You're breaking down my health girl
    I can't eat, I can't sleep
    No, I've tried to turn you loose now
    But your hook is in too deep, yeah yeah
    My resistance is getting a little low
    And I've got to find a cure, yeah

    But I keep falling, falling
    Falling for you yeah
    I'm too weak to fight
    Listen to me baby
    Too weak to fight, yeah

    I'm too weak to fight
    You're messin' with my head
    You got me too weak to fight
    Too weak to fight now baby

    You got me calling wrong numbers
    Too weak to fight, yeah
    Too weak to fight now baby
    Baby, baby, baby uh uh
    Yes, I am
    Too weak to fight uh uh
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