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Billy "crash" Craddock – Slippin' And Slidin' lyrics

Slippin' and a slidin' peepin' and a hidin' been told a long time ago
Slippin' and a slidin' peepin' and a hidin' been told a long time ago
I've been told baby you've been bold I ain't gonna be your fool no more

Oh big conniver nuthin' but a jiver done got hip to your jive
Oh big conniver nuthin' but a jiver done got hip to your jive
Slippin' and a slidin' peepin' and a hidin' I ain't gonna be your fool no more
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Well now oh Malinda she's a solid sender you know you better surrender
Yeah now oh Malinda she's a solid sender you know you better surrender
Slippin' and a slidin' peepin' and a hidin' I ain't gonna be your fool no more
Slippin' and a slidin'...
Slippin' and a slidin'...
Slippin' and a slidin'...



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