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I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town

This song is by The Everly Brothers and appears on the album Rock'n Soul (1965) and on the album Rock'n Soul/Beat & Soul (2005).

Now let me tell you baby
Gonna move you away from here
Don't want an iceman
Who'll buy you Frigidaire
When we move
Way on the outskirts of town
'Cause I don't want nobody
Who's always hangin' 'round

I wake up every morning
It's a low down dirty shame
Got your men baby pecking
On my window pane
I'm gonna move
Way on the outskirts of town
'Cause I don't want nobody
Who's always hangin' 'round

Well it may seem funny honey
Funny as can be
If I have any children
Let 'em all look just like me
I'm gonna move
Way on the outskirts of town
'Cause I don't want nobody
Who's always hangin' 'round

Well, I saw you wigglin' and gigglin'
I'm as mad as I can be
We've got seven children
And none of them look like me
I'm gonna move
Way on the outskirts of town
'Cause I don't want nobody
Who's always hangin' 'round

I'm gonna move
I'm gonna move
I'm gonna move
I'm gonna move, move, move

Credits

Written by:

Roy Jacobs, Andy Razaf, and William Weldon

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