Chords for song : Baby Ooh whoa, ooh whoa, ooh whoa (C) (Am) (F) (G) You know you love me, I know you care (C) Just shout whenever and I'll be there (Am) You are my love, you are my heart (F) And we will never, ever, ever be apart (G) Are we an item? Girl quit playin' (C) We're just friends, what are you sayin' (Am) Said there's another, look right in my eyes (F) My first love, broke my heart for the first time (G) And I was like (C) baby, baby, baby oh (Am) Like baby, baby, baby no (F) Like baby, baby, baby oh (G) I thought you'd always be mine (mine) (C) Oh for you, I would have done whatever (Am) And I just can't believe we ain't together (F) And I wanna play it cool But I'm losin' you (G) I'll buy you anything I'll buy you any ring (C) And I'm in pieces, baby fix me (Am) And just shake me, 'til you wake me from this bad dream (F) I'm goin' down, down, down, down (G) And I can't just believe my first love won't be around And I'm like (C) baby, baby, baby oh (Am) Like baby, baby, baby no (F) Like baby, baby, baby oh (G) I thought you'd always be mine (mine) (C) (Am) Now I'm gone Yeah, yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah, yeah (now I'm all gone) (C) Yeah, yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah, yeah (now I'm all gone) (Am) Yeah, yeah, yeah (F) Yeah, yeah, yeah (now I'm all gone) (G) Gone, gone, gone, I'm gone (C)
About Baby Beluga : Baby Beluga is a children's music album and the title song by Canadian children The album begins with the sounds of whales communicating . An illustrated sing-along book was also published and sold separately as a companion to the first track . During the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 1993, the song was sung and a blue It was released in 1980. The genre is children's music. The track was release in 1980.
About Raffi - Raffi Cavoukian is a Canadian singer-lyricist and author of Armenian descent . He is best known for his children's music . He was born in Egypt in Egypt . His mother named him after the Armenian poet Raffi . His father Arto Cavoukian was a well-known portrait photographer with a studio on Bloor Street in Toronto . His older brother, Onnig, is also a famous portrait photographer . Raffi frequented a guitar store near Yonge and Wellesley called Millwheel . He befriended John Lacey, a folk guitarist from Oakville, Ontario, who helped him improve his finger picking skills . He ran a coffee house at the University of Toronto until 1980 . Raffi had an affiliation to band(s) - Raffi. Raffi's music is influenced by genre(s) - children's music children's literature.