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Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby is a song interpreted by The Beatles, released on the album Beatles For Sale in 1964.

Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby lyrics

Well, they took some honey from a tree, dressed it
Up and they called it me. Everybody's trying to be
My baby. Everybody's trying to be my baby.
Everybody's trying to be my baby now.

Went out last night half past four, fifty women
Knocking on my door. Everybody's trying to be my
Baby. Everybody's trying to be my baby. Everybody's
Trying to be my baby now.

Went out last night, I didn't stay late. 'Fore I
Got home, I had nineteen dates. Everybody's trying
To be my baby. Everybody's trying to be my baby.
Everybody's trying to be my baby now.

Went out last night, I didn't stay late. 'Fore I
Got home, I had nineteen dates. Everybody's trying
To be my baby. Everybody's trying to be my baby.
Everybody's trying to be my baby now.

Well, they took some honey from a tree, dressed it
Up and they called it me. Everybody's trying to be
My baby. Everybody's trying to be my baby.
Everybody's trying to be my baby now.