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Words and music by hank williams, sr.

If the [d] wife and I are fussin, brother that's our right
cause me and that sweet womans got a license to fight [d7]
Why don't you [g7] mind your own business
(mind [d] your own business)
cause if mind [a7] your business, then you wont be mindin [d] mine.

Oh, the woman on our party lines the nosiest thing
She picks up her receiver when she knows its my ring
Why don't you mind your own business
(mind your own business)
Well, if mind your business, then you wont be mindin mine.

If my woman stay out til two or three
Now, brother that's my headache, don't you worry bout me.
Just mind your own business
(mind your own business)
If mind your business, then you wont be mindin mine.

If I get my head beat black and blue
Now that's my wife and my stove wood too
Just mind your own business
(mind your own business)
If mind your business, then you wont be mindin mine.

I got a little gal that wears her hair up high,
The boys all whistel when she walks bye.
Mind your own buisness blah blah, you sure wont be minding mine.

Mindin other peoples business seems to be high-toned
I got all that I can do just to mind my own
Why don't you mind your own business
(mind your own business)
If you mind your own business, youll stay busy all the time.



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