I Don't Want To Have To Marry You Karaoke Jim Ed Brown

Karaoke I Don't Want To Have To Marry You Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius

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Song key: A

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Lyrics of I Don't Want To Have To Marry You

I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to marry you to marry you
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to say I do to say I do
I want a love to be free
I want a love to be free the way God meant love to be the way God meant love to be
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to marry you to marry you
Just because it be
Just because it be the thing to do the thing to do
I want a marriage to be strong
I want a marriage to be strong something we can build upon something we can build upon
Every time I want you more than I did the time before
Can't you stay with me for a while
But I want the fires still burning bright
Darlin' on our wedding night
Let's wait 'til we walk down the aisle
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to marry you to marry you
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to say I do to say I do
I want our love to be free
I want our love to be free the way God meant love to be the way God meant love to be
Don't say you have to go now that I want you so
I don't wanna be alone
The Temptation is strong but it's oh so wrong
Please stop and take me home
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to marry you to marry you
I don't wanna have
I don't wanna have to say I do to say I do
I want our love to be free
I want our love to be free the way God meant love to be the way God meant love to be
I want our love to be free
I want our love to be free the way God meant love to be the way God meant love to be

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