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Keep It Warm

This song is by Black Sabbath and appears on the album Born Again (1983).

Sweet woman, are you feeling right?
What was it that you did last night?
You made me crazy you made me fly
I can't forget the hungry look in your eye
Ooh, what's the matter with me?
I'm just a runner, I was born free
Since I met you I can't leave you alone
Leaving now but I'll be coming home

Keep it warm, right, the place by your side
Nobody's gonna take away our, our magical ride
Keep it warm for when we talk on the phone
Don't forget will you, pretty one, that your man, your man is coming home

D'you hear the rumor that is going around
Say I'm ruined 'cause I'm settled down
It's not true, well maybe half and half
You know I love you but I still like a laugh
Ooh, I'm feeling fine I got it right for the first time
Sweet woman I can't stay for long, everybody will be proved wrong, I said

Keep it warm, right, the place by your side
Nobody's gonna take away our, our magical ride
Keep it warm for when we talk on the phone
Don't forget will you, pretty one, that your man, your man will be home

I'm like a gypsy, I need to roam, but don't worry I'll be coming home
I need the danger, I need the thrill
I need to know what is over each hill
Ooh, I'm a different man, I'm still running but you understand
Since I met you I can't leave you alone
I'm leaving now but I'll be coming home, I said

Keep it warm at the place by your side
Nobody's gonna take away our magical ride
Keep it warm, right, walk for your man
Nobody's gonna take away our dreams and our plans
Keep it warm, right, the place by your side
Nobody's gonna take away our magical ride
Keep it warm for when we talk on the phone
Don't forget will you, pretty one, that your man, your man is coming home
Your man, man is coming home
Don't forget will you, pretty one, that your man, your man is coming home
Don't forget will you, pretty one
Don't forget will you, pretty one
Don't forget will you, pretty one
Don't forget will you, pretty one

Written by:

Tony Iommi; Geezer Butler; Bill Ward; Ian Gillan

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