You Got Another

Album: The Big To-Do (2010)
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  • I see you're runnin', baby, out of time
    I see you're runnin' babe, we're out of line
    You got another and you'll go to her
    You got another and you'll go to her

    Babe it ain't funny, we've got a lot of love
    And only God knows where the hell it come from
    You got another and you'll go to her
    You got another and you'll go to her

    I see you're runnin', baby, out of time
    I see you're runnin', babe, we're way out of line
    You got another and you'll go to her
    You got another and you'll go to her

    Babe, it ain't funny, we've got a lot of love
    And only God knows where the hell it comes from
    You got another and you'll go to her
    You got another and you'll go to her Writer/s: SHONNA LEE TUCKER
    Publisher: RAZOR AND TIE MUSIC PUB OBO SOMETHING HEAVY PUBLISHING
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