Don’t Do Something To Someone Else

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Listen, neighbor, here is a lesson:
Happy you’d be with a lesson from me.
Don’t do something to someone else
That you wouldn’t want done to you.
Don’t start lying or alibi-ing,
Fooling me the way that you do.
Now if you play with fire, you’re gonna get burned,
And someday you’ll be sorry when the tables are turned.
So don’t do something to someone else,
That you wouldn’t want done to you.
(musical interlude)
Hear me out this lesson, baby,
You can’t fool me, you’ve been a-messing,
Don’t do something to someone else,
That you wouldn’t have done to you.
Ah if you start flirting, and you wander away,
Remember when the cat is gone the mousy will play.
So don’t do something to someone else,
That you wouldn’t have done to you.
Now this is the drift of my preaching,
Ain’t that the best of teaching,
Remember don’t do something to someone else,
That you wouldn’t have them do to you.

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