Diamonds Make Babies

  • Yeah man, that sure is one big old rock
    It takes up half of that velvet box
    I know you’ve given this a lot of thought
    You’re gonna get a ‘yes’ for sure

    That thing is more than just a simple stone
    It’s got some crazy powers all its own
    Something will happen when she slips it on
    They never tell ya at the jewelry store

    Yep, diamonds make babies
    And babies make mammas
    And mammas make daddies make changes they don’t always wanna
    I know that you love her
    She’s one special lady
    But I’m warning you brother
    Yep, diamonds make babies

    You’ll talk about it on the honeymoon
    You’ll both agree that it’s way too soon
    Next thing you know she’s seein’ pink and blue
    Everywhere she goes

    Yep, diamonds make babies
    And babies make mammas
    And mammas make daddies make changes they don’t always wanna
    I know that you love her
    She’s one special lady
    But I’m warning you brother
    Yep, diamonds make babies

    Oh, yes they do

    Yep, diamonds make babies
    And babies make mammas
    And mammas make daddies make changes they don’t always wanna
    I know that you love her
    She’s one special lady
    But I’m warning you brother
    Yep, diamonds make babies

    Mmm, I know this sounds crazy
    But diamonds make babies

    Oh, good luck bro
    It’s gonna be great Writer/s: JIM BEAVERS, LEE MILLER, CHRIS STAPLETON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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