Cradle baby
T. Fell - 1957

Well, they call you cradle baby.
They say you’re too young.
Oh, that yours is not real love.
That you’re just havin’ fun.

‘Cause you’re only sixteen
and your life is not free.
Well, they call you cradle baby
but you’re just right for me.

So when I need a-lovin’, and all of us do,
Well, I know that I’m a-cookin’.
Well, I’m a lookin’ for you.

Right back in the cradle
they say you should be.
Well, they call you cradle baby
but you’re just right for me.

Well, they call you cradle baby.
Why don’t they leave you alone.
They say your mama will worry
if you don’t hurry home.

Just a-pay no attention.
‘Cause it’s all there to see.
Well, they call you cradle baby
but you’re just right for me.

So when I need a-lovin’, and all of us do,
Well, I know that I’m a-cookin’.
Well, I’m a lookin’ for you.

Right back in the cradle
they say you should be.
Well, they call you cradle baby
but you’re just right for me.

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