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Bo Diddley – Little Girl lyrics

Little Girl Trk 7 Disc 1
(Ellas Mcdaniel)
Bo Diddley - vocal & guitar, Willie Dixon - bass
Billy Boy Arnold - harmonica, Otis Spann - piano
Jerome Green - maracas, Clifton James - drums.
Rec: Mar 2 & 3, 1955. Org. Lp 'Go Bo Diddley'
Originally on Checker lp 1436 'Go Bo Diddley'
Album: Bo Diddley 'I'm A Man - The Chess Masters 1955-1958'
B0009231-02 Hipo Select (Geffen) 2007

Little girl, I go home with you
Little girl, I go home with you
You know pretty baby
Crazy about the things you do

Tell me baby, tell me your name
You know pretty mama
You're beautiful thing
Little girl, can I go home with you?

I like the way, the way you walk
Crazy 'bout the things baby, you talk
Little girl, let me go home with you

Tell your mama, your papa, too
How much I, love with you
Little girl, let me go home with you

(Piano)

I asked baby, 'bout twenty-one
You know pretty mama
We could have a lot of fun
Little girl, later I go home with you

You asked baby, bout twenty-two
I'd just like to make love to you
Well, little girl
Can I go home with you?



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