Rub My Tummy

Album: single release only (1974)
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  • When you go I could cry like a baby,
    Is it wrong when I'm just [inaudible]
    Can't help a thing I do,
    I must be with you.
    Come back and rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    I've really got a pain for you.

    That's what I need, just a little affection,
    Shine your love lighter in my direction.
    Nobody understands
    The way that you do.
    Why don't cha rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    I've really got a pain for you, darling.

    My doctor said, gonna lose your head,
    Oh lord, you're heading for a breakdown.
    'Cos what you need, oh baby can't you see,
    Get it straight and get your guy to love ya.
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    I've really got a pain for you.
    Alright then.

    [instrumental]

    Well, my doctor said, gonna lose your head,
    Oh lord, you're heading for a breakdown.
    'Cos what you need, oh baby can't you see,
    Get it straight and get your guy to love ya.
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    Rub my tummy,
    I've really got a pain for you.
    Rubba rub, please rub my tummy.
    Rubba rub, rub my tummy.
    Scratch my back, please rub my tummy.
    Rubba rub, rub at my tummy. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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