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Jimmy McCracklin – Double Dealing lyrics

(Double dealing on me, double dealing on me)

Good things come to them who wait baby
You say you waited a long time
Now you have yourself a good thing
But please bear this in mind
Never let it go to your head baby
Treat me right like you should
Once I know you're double dealing on me
I can be as mean as I been good

Now you wearing $50 shoes and $75 slacks (ooh's)
A $2, 000 mink coat baby, I put it on your back (ooh's)
But don't let it go to your head baby
Treat me right like you should
Once I know you're double dealing on me (ah's)
I can be as mean as I been good (ah's)

(Double dealing on me, double dealing on me)

Horn and piano solo

Now I keep money in your pocket baby (ooh's)
You wearin' a ten carat diamond ring (ooh's)
I gave up my whole life earning for ya (ooh's)
But I don't feel no pain (ooh's)
But don't let it go to your head baby
Treat me right like you should
Once I know you're double dealing on me (ah's)
I can be as mean as I been good (ah's)

(Double dealing on me, double dealing on me)

Double dealing on me, double dealing on me

Double dealing on me, double dealing on me

Double dealing on me (vamp out in unison)



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