Bye Bye Baby

Album: Bye Bye Baby I Don't Want to Take a Chance (1960)
Charted: 45
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  • Well, you know you took my heart
    And you broke it apart
    Why did our love baby, yeah yeah
    Have to ever start

    You know you took my love, threw it away
    You gonna want, my love someday
    Well a bye bye baby
    (bye bye bye)

    Well I thought your love
    Was oh so true
    And you lured me baby, yeah
    Started loving you

    You know you took my love, threw it away
    You gonna want, my love someday
    Well a bye bye baby
    (bye bye bye)

    Well, your love was
    Sweeter than
    Any I know
    So don't come back
    Running
    Knockin on my front door

    Well you said that I
    Was your only girl
    And there was no others, yeah
    In this whole wide world

    You know you took my love, threw it away
    You gonna want, my love someday
    Well a bye bye baby
    (bye bye bye)

    Well, your love was
    Sweeter than
    Any I know
    So don't come back
    Running
    Knockin on my front door

    Well you said that I
    Was your only girl
    And there was no others, yeah
    In this whole wide world

    You know you took my love, threw it away
    You gonna want, my love someday
    Well a bye bye baby
    (bye bye baby)

    Whoah, bye bye baby
    (bye bye baby)
    Bye, I don't want you know more
    (bye bye bye)

    Bye, bye baby
    (bye bye baby, bye bye)
    Whooo, don't need your love, yeah yeah
    (bye bye baby, bye bye)
    I don't want you baby, whoooo
    (bye bye baby, bye bye)
    Bye bye baby, yeah
    (bye bye baby, bye bye)
    Bye bye baby, ohh
    (bye bye baby, bye bye) Writer/s: MARY WELLS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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