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Lyrics by: Larry Burnett
# Debut Chart
34 Mar '77 Hot 100


Last December, I met a girl She took a liking to me Said she loved me But she didn`t know The meaning of the word She imagined love to be grand Me holding her hand and Whispering sweet things and Cooing softly like a song bird Then one morning, she came to me With a tear in her eye and A sigh on her breath, Lord She said, Hon, I`m heavy with child

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I said, god damn girl, can`t you see That I`m breaking my back Just trying to keep My head above water And it`s turning me wild Cinderella, can`t you see Don`t want your company You better leave This morning, leave today Take your love and your child away No no no no......... Woah woah woah..... Rocking chair on the front porch And I`m thinking about All the things that I did As a young man, now that I`m old I remember her and the boy Did he have all the toys and the joys That a young man should have Before he gets too old Cinderella, couldn`t you see Didn`t want your company Shoulda left that morning, left that day Took your love and your child away


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