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Lyrics A Fool For Your Stockings (II) ZZ Top

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ZZ Top


Is it you again outside,
Just banging on the front door?
You say you had enough,
Now you?re coming? back for more,
But that?s alright.
I said that that?s alright.
I may not want to admit it,
I?m just a fool for your stockings I believe.
Now I don?t mind when you send money
and bring your girlfriends with you,
But how could one be so thoughtless to try
and handle less than two?
But that?s alright.
I said that that?s alright, baby.
I may not want to admit it,
I?m just a fool for your stockings I believe.
Now I?m tellin? everybody
It seems too good to be true:
Sweet things can always get sweeter.
I know mine did, how about you?
Yes, it?s alright.
I said, yes it is, that?s alright.
I may not want to admit it,
I?m just a fool for your stockings I believe.

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ZZ Top Artist Fact:

It was in the 1980s, however, that ZZ Top scored their biggest success. Throughout the decade they scored numerous hit songs. The band is still together today, however, and continues to tour and record prolifically. In the year 2004, ZZ Top was inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The songs of ZZ Top frequently contain humor and sexual innuendo....Read ZZ_Top Bio

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