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A Good Fool Is Hard To Find
Ain't Got Time
All About My Girl
Baby What You Want Me To Do
/Rock Me Baby

Bending Like A Willow Tree
Blue Monday Hangover
Brick
Broke
Broke Music
But I Was Cool
Cash Talkin' (The Workingman's Blues)
Conversation With Collins
Don't Go Reaching Across My Plate
Don't Mistake Kindness For Weakness
Do What You Want To Do
Dyin' Flu
Ego Trip
Get To Gettin'
Give Me My Blues
Got A Good Thing Goin'
Head Rag
Honey Hush
Hooked On You
I'm Beginning To Wonder
I Ain't Drunk
Iceman
If Trouble Was Money
If You Love Me Like You Say
I Got A Problem
I Got Mad
I Need You So
Jam It Up
Jealous Man
Lights Are On But Nobody's Home
Listen Here
Master Charge (1)
Master Charge (2)
Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins
Mustang Sally
My Mind Is Trying To Leave Me
Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
Quicksand
Same Old Thing
Snatchin' It Back
Snowed In
Soul Food
Stormy Monday
T-Bone Shuffle
The Hawk
The Highway Is Like A Woman
The Moon Is Full
The Things That I Used To Do
Tired Man
Too Many Dirty Dishes
Too Tired
Trash Talkin'
Travelin' South
When A Guitar Plays The Blues
When The Welfare Turns Its Back On You

Give Me My Blues
by Albert Collins
recording of 1980


I play my music, the only way that I can
Play my music only, only way I can
Some people really dig it, some just don't understand

I play my music only, only way I can
I play my music, play it the only way I can
Some people really dig it, some just don't understand

I don't play the drums
I can't disco dance
But I can play the blues
Put you in a trance

I can play my music, only way I can
Some people really dig it
Some just don't understand

Give my blues song, I'll play it all night long
Give me a blues song, I'll play it all night long
It may not sound right to you but I know that, that ain't wrong

I don't do no country
I don't do no jazz
I don't do no punk rock
That kinda razz-ma-tazz

I play my blues song
The only way I can
Some people really dig it
Some just don't understand

Ooh-ho, yeah

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Got A Good Thing Goin'
by Albert Collins
recording of March 17, 1969


When you told me was all over, babe
You thought all I ever was, was through
(Oooh-oh!)
When you told me it was all over, babe
Thought all I ever was through (oh yeah)
I had three more irons in the fire
Sorry, but I forgot to tell you

(One more thing I'd like to tell you right now)
Uh-huh

You thought I'd be hurt when you left me, babe
But I found another thing, (ooooowoo!)
Yeah, you thought I'd be hurt when you left me, babe
But I found another thing
(Yeah, somebody else!)
But sometime what you lose,
Is nothin' compared to what you win

(Ooow)
(I'm gonna feel alright, yeah)
(I feel alright)
(Ooow-ooo)

A good man may fall, babe (oh yeah)
But ya get back on your feet
(Yeeeaah, I know, I know, I know)
You know, you know
A good man may fall, babe
You know ya get back on your feet
Yes, I've got a good thing goin' now woman
(Got a good thing goin' now)
Oh, the future look good to me
(Future looks so good to meeeee)
Alright
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Head Rag
by Gwendolyn Collins / Johnny B. Gayden / S. Richardson

Here she come, yeah, with that head rag on
There she go, yeah, with that head rag on
Here she come, with that head rag on

If you're walkin' down the street, wavin', ev'rybody see me
Sayin' "hello there", walkin' in her stockin' feet
Here she comes (ooo), with that head rag on
Stayin' out all night long
Talkin' 'bout anything
Doin' ev'rything wrong, girl, oh oh

Here she come, yeah, that head rag on
There she goes, yeah yeah, with her head rag on
Here she come, with that head rag on

Eeow!
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Honey Hush
by Lowell Fulson / Ferdinand Washington

Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Listenin' to your conversation is just about to separate us

You start talkin' in the morning, you're talkin' all day long
I'm tryin' to figure out what I did wrong
Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Listenin' to your conversation is just about to separate us

I stay out all day long, you know I hate to come home
Everything I do, seems to be wrong
Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Listenin' to your conversation is just about to separate us

I can't eat, I can't sleep, I can't rest in peace
I'll be better off, you know, walkin' the streets
Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Listenin' to your conversation is just about to separate us

I come for lunch or dinner, it happens all the time
That little gal just drives me out of my mind
Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much
Listenin' to your conversation is just about to separate us
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Hooked On You
by Brady
recording of 1986


Don't you do it, Lordy so good like that
Don't you do it, gimme all you got like that
Don't you do it, my temperature's shot so high
Don't you do it, my senses is so alive

Mercy, mercy I'm a lonely man
Burn all night when the fires fanned

I'm goin' hooked on you
Hooked on you
A hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you

Don't you tease
Gimme somethin' to hold on tight
Won't you please
I ain't lookin' for just one night

Won't ya please
I want ya to please some more
Don't ya tease
Then I'll never let ya go out that door

Mercy, mercy I'm a lonely man
Burn all night when the fires fanned

I'm goin' hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you
Goin' hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you

Ow baby, I'm so hot with desire
Don't you tease, how long, huh
I'm gettin' higher an' higher

Treat you good
Ow, I might scream for more
Once I get you home
And I'll never let you go

Mercy, mercy, I'm a lonely man
Burn all night when the fires fanned

I'm goin' hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you
I'm goin' hooked on you

Ow!
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I'm Beginning To Wonder
by Gwendolyn Collins / Eric Smith
recording of 1991


I'm beginnin' to wonder, baby, what's goin' on when I'm not at home
I'm beginnin' to wonder, baby, I know you ain't there all alone
Ev'ry time I have to leave you, woman, I wonder who's takin' my place, an' turnin' you on

I'm beginnin' to wonder, woman, why I worry ev'ryday
I said, I'm beginnin' to wonder, woman, wonder why I feel this way
I be home early Tuesday evenin', better hide your part-time man away

I'm beginnin' to wonder, woman, why we're wasting all this time
I'm beginnin' to wonder, baby, wonder why we didn't see the signs
What we did, we've never forgotten, what we had, we left behind
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I Ain't Drunk
by Jimmy Liggins
recording of 1986


Everyday baby, when the sun go down
I get with my friends, an' I begin to clown
I don't care, what the people are thinkin'
I ain't drunk, I'm just drinkin'

(But you're so high)
Oh man, you know I ain't high
(But you're so high)
I just take a little bit, now an' then
(But you're so high)
Now you oughta be 'shamed of yourself
(Stay drunk all the time)
Oh, c'mon now, you know ya'all get like that

Come home last night, all loose
Baby get in a fuss, I said, "Honey, hush"
I don't care, what the people are thinkin'
I ain't drunk, I'm just drinkin'

(But you're so high)
I ain't drunk, I done told ya'all I ain't drunk now
What ya'all doin' drinkin'?
(But you're so high)
Actually, I'm just havin' fun, man
(But you're so high)
What? I know I'm not
(Stay drunk all the time)
Damn, I don't know why you're all talkin' about me like that!

You done the right thing, I wanna thank you, too
Now, let's have a little drink, just me an' you
I don't care, what the people are thinkin'
I ain't drunk, but I'm just drinkin'

(But you're so high)
Who me? I ain't high man
(But you're so high)
I don't know why you all talk about me like that
(But you're so high)
You oughta mind your own business, brother
(Stay drunk all the time)

You, you oughta watch yourself, too
You don't understand what I'm sayin'

I wanna tip you, baby, before I go
I be back tomorrow night an' drink so mo'
I don't care, what the people are thinkin'
I ain't drunk, I'm just drinkin'

(But you're so high)
Oh no, you the one drunk!
Look at yo' eyes, man!
(But you're so high)
Don't you tell my old lady, now!
(But you're so high)
Well I ain't had but four or five
(Stay drunk all the time)
Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve
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Iceman
by Gwendolyn Collins / Eric Smith
recording of 1991


I'm your iceman, baby, ain't here to cool you down
Yes I'm your iceman, ladies, you'll always know when I'm around
I left Leona, Texas, to heat this coolest place in town

Gonna play this old guitar, mix up some fire with my ice
Yes, I'm gonna play this old guitar, light your fire with my ice
Sometimes it sounds so good to me, I just might play it twice

I'm your iceman, baby, call me Al, if you please
I'm your iceman, baby, I'm so hot I'll probably freeze
I'm gonna whip up a twister, turn tornados to a breeze

Yes, I'm your iceman, baby

Yes, I'm your iceman, people, fixin' fire with my ice
I'm your iceman, ladies, I make it hot an' chill it right
If you follow my instructions, my ice will last all night
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If Trouble Was Money
by Albert Collins
recording of December 21 1982, Kudan Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan resp. 1993


If trouble was money, I'd swear I'd be a millionaire
If trouble was money, babe, I'd swear I'd be a millionaire
For you I'd buy the whole world, woman, I'd buy the whole world and have money to spare, yeah

Worry, worry, worry, worry, babe, I had worries on my mind, yeah
I said, worry, worry, worry, worry, woman, I had worries all my life, yeah yeah
You know times is hard, baby, I swear, I won't tell you know lie

My mother used to tell me, she said, "Son, there gonna be days, gonna be days like this"
My mother used to tell me, she said, "Son, there gonna be days, it's gonna be days, be days like this"
She said, "I always want you to be a winner", she said, "Son, I don't want you to quit"
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If You Love Me Like You Say
by Little Johnny Taylor
recording of 1980 resp. 1993


If you love me like you say
Why you treat me like you do?
If you love me like you say, baby
Why you treat me like you do?
Well I ain't no fool
I'm cool, I know the rule

Said ya'd never run around
Said ya'd never stay out late
Said ya'd never run around, baby
Said ya'd never stay out late
Let me tell ya pretty baby
I've got to set ya straight

If you love me like ya say
Why you treat me like ya do?
If you love me like ya say, baby
Why you treat me like ya do?
Well I ain't no fool
I'm cool, I know the rule

Hey!

Said ya'd never run around
Said ya'd never stay out late
Said ya'd never run around, baby
Said ya'd never stay out late
Let me tell ya pretty baby
I've got to set ya straight

Why-yi-yi-yi
Oh let ya, set ya straight
Why-yi-yi-yi
I'm cool, I know the rule
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I Got A Problem
by Albert Collins
recording of 1980


I've got a problem, I say I got a problem
I got a problem people, I've got a problem
I got a problem 'bout my woman
I got a problem 'bout my wife

An' all you, when you see me stand here, two's in my life1
I know you might be wonderin', did I wreck my life?
Well, I got a problem 'bout my woman, ha!
I got a problem 'bout my wife

Now my wife is number one, my woman is number two
My woman would do things for me, that my wife wouldn't do
'Cause I dig my wife, but you understand
Sometime it takes two ya'all, to satisfy one man

My problem started out
When I started messin' 'round with number three
She called up my wife, an' told on my woman an' me
Now my wife packed up her clothes
Went home to her mother
My woman went off, an' found another lover

I've got a problem, uh, huh!
I got a problem with my wife
Got a problem with my woman, yeah
Got a problem with my wife (talk, talk, talk)

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Note 1: two's in my life, the transcriber, Anita Cantor, wrote: "Well I give up on line 5!. I mean, I could go on the next month changing it... 'tears in my eye' sounds like what it should be. But he starts the word with "L" but he uses the word 'life' in the next line. So it looks wrong but I think it's right. Maybe the whole line is wrong, but if someone wants to correct it, they can be my guest!". The invitation still stands if you have any idea's on this part of the lyrics!.
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I Got Mad
by A.C. Reed (Aaron Carthen Reed
recording of 1981 or 1982, The Paradise Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma


Come home this mornin' my woman she treated me like dirt
Just because I had lipstick on my shirt
She looked at me she made a nasty crack
I said, "Please, please woman get off-a my back"

I got mad (got mad baby)
Got so mad (I got a bad little baby)
I got mad you can see
That woman tryin' to beat the hell out-a me

I got the meanest woman that you ever seen
That woman tried to beat the hell out of me
She said, "I'm tired of you foolin' around"
Then she picked up a brick an' damn near knocked me down

I got mad (got made baby)
Got so mad (I got a bad little baby)
I got mad you can see that woman tryin' to beat the hell out of me

Now I thought of ev'ry night and day
That kinda love can't go on that way
That woman she said, "You tryin' to be slick"
She said, "I will take this knife and I will cut off your prick!"
I got mad (I got mad baby)
Got so mad (I got a bad little baby)
I got mad you can see that woman tryin' to beat the hell out of me
Whoa yeah

I got mad (I got a bad little baby)
Got so mad (I got a bad little baby)
I got mad (I got a bad little baby)
I stay so mad (I got a bad little baby)
I got mad you can see that woman tried to beat the hell out of me

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Note: song appears on A.C. Reed's album Junk Food. Vocals by A.C. Reed and Albert Collins.
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I Need You So
by Ivory Joe Hunter
recording of 1968-1970


I need you so, to keep me happy
If I can't have you, I cannot go on

I need your arms, around me tightly
Yes, I'll miss you nightly, when you're not at home

When day is done, I need you so
I long to hear you, your little knock upon the door

When you need me, I'll try not to worry
Come back in a hurry, because I need you so
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Jam It Up
by Albert Collins
recording of 1968-1970


'Gimme a little taste of drum'
'And a piece of bass'
'And eyes of organ'
'Gimme a little piano'
'Now let it all hang out!'
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Jealous Man
recording of December 21 1982, Kudan Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan

One, two
One, two, three...

You can look at my woman, but man, you better not touch
You can look at my woman, man, you better not touch
'Cause I'm a jealous man, an' I'm crazy 'bout my baby, too much

When I go to play, I gotta lock her in a room at night
When I go to play, I have to lock her in a room at night
If ya touch that woman, you're gonna make me start a fight

Now I crazy 'bout my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
Crazy 'bout my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
I'm crazy 'bout my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
Now I'm a jealous man
An' I'm crazy 'bout my baby too much

When I go to play, I gotta lock her in a room at night (Say what?)
When I go to play, I have to lock her in a room at night, (Say what, say what?)
If ya ever touch that woman, You're gonna make me start a fight

An' I'm crazy 'bout my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
I'm crazy bout' my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
I'm crazy 'bout my baby
(Crazy 'bout my baby)
Now I'm a jealous man
An' I'm crazy 'bout my baby too much

Crazy 'bout my baby, too much!

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Note: Albert Collins And The Icebreakers, vocal by A. C. Reed.
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Lights Are On But Nobody's Home
by Gwendolyn Collins
recording of 1986


Playin' with my mind babe
Always accusin' me of doin' wrong
I say you're playin' with my mind, woman
You're always accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see you're lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home

Now here come my mother-in-law
It's the same thing ev'ry day
Ever since we been married baby
She tried to drive me away, yeah
Now you're still accusin' me baby
Accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see your lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home

When I have to go to work
I gotta go to work downtown
If I get home a little late baby
You say I'm out messin' around
Now you're still accusin' me baby
Accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see your lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home
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Listen Here
introduction
recording of December 21 1982, Kudan Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan


(Announcer Introduces)
Star time.... I said it's Star Time!
I'm talkin' about Houston, Texas by the way of L.A. California
We call this young man, The Master of The Telecaster,
The Razor Wavin' Man, because he cuts so down deep into your soul
Ladies and Gentlemen, why don't you please welcome to the grandstand,
Chicago Alligator, recording star,
I'm talkin' about none other than, Mr. Albert, "Frozen Alive"
Collins!

You seem alright, let me hear ya say "yeah"
(Yeah!)
Yeah!
(Yeah!)
Yeah!
(Yeah!)
Ain't nothin' but the blues!
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Master Charge (version 1)
by Gwendolyn Collins
recording of 1978 resp. 1993


(Sax intro by Jon Smith)

I got my wife a charge card
Just the other day
I owe five hundred dollars
Just for yesterday

I said, "Honey, here's a present
Go out and shop around,
buy you a couple a-dresses,
browse around downtown"

She did just what I told her
Bought one, two, three
Came home lookin' silly
Makin' goo-goo eyes at me

Mastercharge, I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, I'll break an' bury her card

Oh yeah, charge it!

Said, "Did you get your dress?"
"Yes, one or two"
I needed me some shoes,
I needed some jewelry, too"

Two hundred dollar dresses
I could-a made, I can't sew
It made me so mad
I could call her a so and so

Mastercharge, I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, break an' bury her card

Oh yeah, charge it for me, charge it, baby!

Hey! Ow!

For one-a that gal's dresses, yeah
I paid one and a half
I'm so mad, I just had to laugh

I could see in my mind
On a horse like Paul Revere
Hate to check my mail boxes
'Cause these bills keep comin' here

Mastercharge, break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, break an' bury her card
Mastercharge, break an' bury her card

Oh, let's charge it!
(Speaks with instrumental back up)

"Oh, don't get too much on the bill, dear"
("Oh, I put five hundred dollars already, baby")
"Yeah, but I know, but I'm-a, you know that, that, that, 18% is killin' me!"
"Yeah, I understand darlin', but I know you wanna charge it an' everything but, yeah, darlin' "
("They have 'American Express")
"But, wait a minute, man, I, I told ya to take that Master Card with ya
And take one wit' ya and leave one at home
"But you look good in them blue jeans, though"
("Yeah, I understand about dresses")
Yeah, they got 'em on sale up there, upside the wall, there"
"Fifteen dollars, man, on sale darlin', here, let me look for ya"
"I'm gonna bet you, be struttin' down the street in them blue jeans, haha"
"Yeah, but you can even wear them dresses on the weekend"
"Yeah, I hear ya baby, well charge it then baby, that's alright, yeah"
("I have a Visa"!)
"What"? (heh, heh)
"Give me the scissors, I'm gonna cut 'em up"
Well, you ought to be ashamed of yourself, you!"
"Yeah I know, darlin', I am"
("Charge it")
"Here, go on charge, darlin' "
"I'm guilty callin' em, I know you're gonna charge it anyway"
"Ooh, I know you gonna look good in them blue jeans
You look like you been poured in 'em"!

(Fading)
Oh, charge it baby!
Yeah, I see you later on, an' hour
I'm gone to work here, n' when I come back
I wanna see you with them jeans on, baby

Yeah, love her, yeah, you look good baby
Yeah, I know, I know... (fades out to end)
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Master Charge (version 2)
by Gwendolyn Collins
recording of 1997


My wife has a charge card
Well, I got it the other day
I owe five hundred dollars
Yes, just for yesterday

I said, "Honey, here's a present,
go out an' shop around,
get a couple a-dresses,
an' browse around downtown"

She did just what I told her,
bought one, two or three
Then came home lookin' silly
Makin' goo-goo eyes at me

Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card

I said, "Did you get your dresses?"
She said, "Yes, one or two,
but I had to get me some shoes,
an' I needed some jewelry, too"

She had two hundred dollar dresses
That I could-a made, an' I can't sew
Fifty dollar pair a shoes,
an' I thought you so an' so

Said, "What about the jewelry?"
As calmly as I could
She said, "Honey, you'll love them,
they're pure, African wood"

Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (mastercharge, heh-heh), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (go mastercharge on the thing), I'll break an' bury her card

Let's charge it, let's charge it!

"They were two hundred dollars, an' I paid one an' a half!"

I just didn't believe it, so mad, I just had to laugh
I could see in my mind, on a horse like Paul Revere
I hate to check my mailbox, 'cause these bills keep comin' here

Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card
Mastercharge (mastercharge), I'll break an' bury her card

Yeah, run up all my bills
"Charge it!"
Ev'ry time I look around, it's "charge, charge!"

"Let's charge it!"
All she can say

"A let's charge it!"
"Mastercharge!"
"Oh, I have a Mastercharge!"
"Oh, I have a BankAmericard, too!"
"Mastercharge!"
"Oh, would you mind chargin' it, please?"

Now don't you get too much on it, now
Get too much chargin', now

"Let's charge it!"
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Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins
by Gwendolyn Collins
recording of 1991


Da-da, uh!

(Mr. Collins?)
Girls please!
(Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins?)
(Please Mr. Collins!)
(Don't play so loud, Mr. Collins!)

What?
What'd you say?

(Mr. Collins?)
(Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins?)
(Please, Mr. Collins!)
(Don't play that loud, Mr. Collins!)

Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
(Mr. Collins?)
(Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins?)
(Please, Mr. Collins)
(Hey, Mr. Collins!)
Hey!
Hey!
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Mustang Sally
by Bill Rice
recording of 1969, Fullmore Auditorium, San Francisco, California


Mustang Sally, guess you better slow your mustang down
Mustang Sally, now baby, guess you better slow your mustang down
Ridin' all over town, woo, guess I'm gonna have to put your flat feet on the ground

Mustang Sally, you better slow that mustang down
Mustang Sally, now baby, ya better slow you Mustang down
Runnin' all over town, woo, guess I'm gonna have to put your flat feet on the ground

All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
Ooh, all ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
(One of these days)
Gonna have to wipe your weepin' eyes

All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
All ya wanna do is ride around, Sally
(One of these days)
Gonna be wipin' your weepin' eyes
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My Mind Is Trying To Leave Me
by Albert Collins
recording of 1983


I went to breakfast this mo'nin, down to the corner bar
I thought I heard my baby call my name, an' it came from so far
I started runnin' an' answerin', like a crazy fool would do
Aha, ya' see, my woman gone away an' left me
An' now my mind is tryin' to leave me too

Now my friend stepped out the bar
An' stopped me an' offered me a drink
I went in an' had a double
An' I began to think about my baby
Aha, like a crazy fool would do
You see, my woman gone away an' left me
An' now my mind is tryin' to leave me too

Oh!

Ha-ah, I went into the barber shop an' ordered ham an' eggs
An' each barber gave me fifty cent
They thought I was tryin' to beg
An' I started cryin' like a baby (like a baby, ha)
Like any fool would do
You see my woman gone away an' left me
An' now my mind is tryin' to leave me too
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Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
by Gwendolyn Collins / H. Williams
recording of 1991


Put your shoe on the other foot, you can walk, just like me
Put your shoe on another foot, you can walk, just like me
Walkin' an' a talkin', see an' feel, a just like me

Put your hand in another glove, you can feel just like me
Put your hand in another glove, you can feel a just like me
Walkin' an' a talkin', see an' feel a just like me

Put your shoes on baby!

Put your eye on another view, you can see just like me
Hey, put your eye on another view, you can see just like me
Walkin' an' a talkin', see an' feel a just like me

Put your tongue on another word, you can talk just like me
Put your tongue on another word, you can talk just like me
Walkin' an' a talkin', see an' feel a just like me

(Whoa, whoa, whoa, ho)

Always talkin' all the time

(Whoa, whoa, whoa, ho)

Walk on baby

Walkin' an' a talkin', see an' feel a just like me

(Whoa, whoa, whoa ho)
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