Number One

Album: The Rutles (1978)
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  • Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one)

    You're my second to none
    (You're my second to none)
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)

    One and one makes two
    And I'll look after you
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one, ooh)

    When I fell for you
    I didn't need a shove
    Now that we are two
    It all adds up to love, to love

    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one)

    You're my second to none
    (You're my second to none)
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)

    One and one makes two
    And I'll look after you
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one, ooh)

    My teacher couldn't teach me
    And I had no time for school
    No one there could reach me
    But baby, I'm no fool, no fool

    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one)

    You're my second to none
    (You're my second to none)
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)

    One and one makes two
    And I'll look after you
    Number one, number one
    (Number one, number one)
    You're my number one
    (You're my number one, ooh)

    Number one
    Writer/s: INNES, LENNON, MCCARTNEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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