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"sonny boy" williamson

Goin' down to rosie's
Stop at fanny may's
Gonna tell fanny what I heard her boyfriend say
Now don't you start me talkin'
I'll tell ev'rything I know
I'm gonna break up this signifyin'
'cause somebody gotta go

Jack gave his wife two dollar
Go down to the market
Get out on the street, ol' george stopped her
He knocked her down
And blacked her eye
She get back home and tell her husband a lie
Now don't you start me talkin'
I'll tell ev'rything I know
I'm gonna break up this signifyin'
'cause somebody gotta go

She borrowed some money
To go to the beauty shop
"i'm goin' to a place where I can get my hair sot"
Now don't you start me talkin'
I'll tell ev'rything I know
I'm gonna break up this signifyin'
'cause somebody gotta go



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