Eat At Home

  • Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat at home
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat at home, eat at home, eat at home

    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat in bed
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat at bed, eat in bed, eat in bed

    Bring the love that you feel for me
    Into line with the love I see,
    And in the morning you'll bring to me love

    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, now don't do that
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, now don't do that, do that, do that
    Uh, uh, uh, uh

    Ah, ah, ah
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat at home
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, let's eat at home, eat at home, eat at home

    Bring the love that you feel for me
    Into line with the love I see,
    And in the morning you'll bring to me love

    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, now don't do that
    Come on, little lady,
    Lady, don't do that, do that, do that, don't do that, don't do that Writer/s: LINDA MCCARTNEY, PAUL MCCARTNEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Clay Parker from Houston, TxDoesn't get any better than RAM
  • Dane from Vancouver, BcSimply a great pop/rock song, awesome guitar riff and equally great vocals by Paul. The high singing notes he hits at the end of the chorus are brilliant. Cheers.
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