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​You Better Not Do That

This song is by Dion and the Belmonts and appears on the album Presenting Dion & The Belmonts (1959).

I'm just a country boy and I like to do what's right
And just like any other boy I like to hold 'em tight
Sometimes I got resistance, but no matter how I try
When a cute little gal just looks at me with a gleam in her eye
And I say "Baby, you better not do that", and she say "Oh, why?"
And I say "Because you just better not do that"

When I went to the country school I always had a girl
They'd laugh and giggle awful cute and put me in a whirl
And everyday at recess time they followed me outside
I'd scratch my head and wonder are they ever satisfied
I'd say "Baby, you better not do that" and she'd say "Why?"
And I'd say "Because you just better not do that"

I got a little older, and I went to the country dance
I went to have a little fun, I wasn't thinkin' about romance
But the dim lights just lured 'em on and they'd snuggle up to me
I knew I couldn't last too long, 'cause I'm human you see
And I'd say "Baby, you better not do that", and she'd say "Oh, why?"
And I'd say "Because you just better not do that", and she'd say "Oh, why?"

Written by:

Tommy Collins