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Lyrics by: Bobby Russell
# Debut Chart
94 Jan '70 Hot 100
31 Jan '70 Country

Lyrics

She comes in about six o'clock Tripping over toys And picking up socks And you think her day Had been a ton of trouble She's been doing important things With trading stamps And turnip greens And have I noticed how The price of soap has doubled She's as normal as she can be She never misses Jeopardy And I think that she'd elope With Dick Van Dyke


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And when the kids have all been fed And when I lay me down to bed She gives me my time of the night Then she's a lover She comes to my side Right around midnight After her day's been so confused That's why I love her And that's why I do right And if there's a reason God gave me a feeling Baby, it's you She hates tangerines She loves the ring Volunteers me for everything And the bank has never Been right in her life She thinks my Uncle Bill's a sap She's taught me words like overdraft The only numbers she remembers Is her shoe size She had words with the guy next door And almost started a neighborhood war Cause he said something smart To our son, Bob And therefore, I had to invite him in To apologize and convince him She really didn't think he was A big, fat slob She's as normal as she can be She never misses Jeopardy And I think that she'd elope With Dick Van Dyke But when the kids have all been fed And when I lay me down to bed She gives me my time of the night Then she's a lover She comes to my side Right around midnight After her day's been so confused That's why I love her And that's why I do right And if there's a reason God gave me a feeling Baby, it's you Then she's a lover She comes to my side....

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